What is the industrial applications of separation techniques?
chromatography, nmr, ir, mass spectrometry
A. Quantitative Techniques with reference to time series analysis in business expansion. B. Quantitative techniques are mathematical and reproducible. Regression analysis i…s an example of one such technique. Statistical analysis is also an example of a quantitative technique. C. Quantitative techniques are applied for business analysis to optimize decision making IE profit maximization and cost minimization). It covers linear programming models and other special algorithms, inventory and production models; decision making process under certainty, uncertainty and risk; decision tree construction and analysis; network models; PERT and CPA business forecasting models; and computer application.
centrifugation extraction deionisation decolourisation
There is distillation, evaporation, chromatography, using of separating funnel, centrifuging, desalination, fractional distillation, crystallization, fractional crystallizatio…n, decanting, filtration, sublimation and fractional sublimation. Decanting is the process where it is used to separate the liquid from the denser solid(s) by simply pouring the liquid out from the beaker. Filtration is the process where a filter paper and funnel is used. It is used to separate the liquid from the solid(s), mostly suspensions. The residue is then collected on the filter paper. A separating funnel is used when there are two liquids and one is denser than the other. The denser liquid will sink, thus an outlet at the bottom is opened for the denser liquid to flow out. When the denser liquid is drained, the outlet is shut. The cap of the funnel is then open for the less dense liquid to be poured out. Crystallization is a process where a thermally unstable mixture is heated till about a third of the solvent is left to obtain the crystals, or it will decompose. Evaporation is where a thermally stable is heated till dryness to obtain the crystals. Chromatography is the use of a chromatography paper and dyes. This is to separate the dyes from each other, based on their solubility in water. They can also be used in a police case, where evidences such as ink and dyes are compared to see which matches, food dyes and the patient's urine for medical purposes. Desalination is the process of separating water from sea water through evaporation and condensation. Distillation is the evaporation and condensation of a water from a mixture. This can be used to obtain distilled mineral water. Fractional distillation is the process where the mixture is separated by differences in their boiling points. The substance with the lower boiling point will reach the top of the fractionating column first, where it is then condensed. Centrifuging is used to separate the solid(s) from the liquid. The mixture spun very fast around the centrifuge tube in the centre of the beaker. The solid(s) will then be forced into the tube. Sublimation is the process where a solid is immediately turned to gas. The gas will then be condensed. This method is used when separating two solids. This is when one solid sublimes while the other does not.. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_types_of_separation_techniques#ixzz2GFwZM2Go
Facilitated Application Specification Technique or simply 'FAST' is an important technique for Requirement Elicitation. The main objective of this technique is to cover the ga…p between what the developers think they are going to design and what customers think they are going to get from the particular program.
Separation techniques are the methods we use to purify or remove one state of matter from a mixture.
A separation technique is where you use a method to separate a substance from another substance, you can use chromotography, distillation, filtering ect.
Sugar can be removed from sugar cane by using a milling techniquewhere the cane is squeezed between mechanical rollers to remove thejuice. Another technique is diffusion where… a machine with anenclosed drum, a base of sugar cane is gradually pulled throughwater.
to achieve quality product
Mostly separation of proteÃ¯ns
A separation technique is something used to separate an object from it's mixture. For example, in a bowl you have chalk, chalk dust, salt, and paperclips. You'd use magnetic a…ttraction to get the paperclips out. Then you'd use your hands and take out the chalk. And then, you use a sifting tool and it'll separate the salt and chalk dust by itself. But, another cool way to separate those two is to put them in water. The salt will eventually sink because it's denser than water, and the chalk dust will float because it is less dense. Other techniques are, filteration, sifitng, magnetic attraction, evaporation, chromotography. Hope that helped! :D
doing thing in your own way
it used a mobile phase to carry a sample through a tube containing a stationary phase which is a liquid coated on solid particles.
Distillation is a useful separating technique because every compound has a unique boiling point. Distillation takes advantage of a compound's boiling point to separate it from… other compounds.
There is not enough information to describe what separationtechniques doctors use. Doctors may use separation techniques tomake diagnosis' or for sleeping disorders.
Separation in the wine industry