Membrane technology for oriented processes related to the facilitated extraction and recovery of paracetamol compound

R. Louafy*, S. Tarhouchi, I. Mourtah, I. Touarssi, M. Hlaibi, Université HASSAN II GeMEV, Maroc; L. Lebrun, Université de Rouen (PBS), France

The use of membrane technologies has grown considerably in recent years, due to the multiplication of application fields and the advantages they present compared to other conventional techniques. This development is expected to increase due to the requirements of environmental protection (treatment of industrial effluents) and the energy and techno-economic performance of these new separation and recovery processes.

Affinity polymer membranes are good examples for oriented processes relating to the facilitated extraction and recovery of high value added chemical compounds (active principles, sugars, organic acids, metal ions…), in particular the paracetamol compound from pharmaceutical industrial solutions or discharges.

The present work describes and analyzes the results related to the oriented process of the facilitated extraction and recovery of paracetamol substrate through polymer inclusion membranes (PIMs)....

Session: M4 - Short Oral + Poster Presentations
Day: 14 March 2018
Time: 14:45 - 16:45 h

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