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Considerations on the use of nanofiltration for solvent purification in the oil industry

Bibliographic reference Darvishmanesh, S. ; Robberecht, T. ; Luis Alconero, Patricia ; Degrève, J. ; Van Der Bruggen, B.. Considerations on the use of nanofiltration for solvent purification in the oil industry. In: JAOCS, Vol. 89, no.5, p. 959-960 (2012)
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