can we seperate components of a solution by physical methods, easily?
Asked by | 10th Jun, 2008, 08:37: PM
Yes. Physical method for separating a first component in a solution from a second component in the solution. The device comprises a centrifuge for applying centrifugal force to the solution and at least one transducer for emitting a sonic energy force such as an ultrasonic wave into a container of the solution while the centrifuge is rotating. The method of the present invention broadly comprises the steps of applying a centrifugal force to the solution to separate the first component from the second component and simultaneously applying a sonic energy force to the solution to speed up the separation of the first component from the second component.
Answered by | 11th Jun, 2008, 02:38: AM
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