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Currently the vast majority of EWs employ either silica gel or molecular sieve desiccants.
There is an interest in developing low-cost carbon molecular sieve for gas separations such as [N.
Delta-T is known for recent innovations currently in use by the newest generation of ethanol plants, including molecular sieve dehydration, zero discharge of process wastewater, and more efficient refining and purification systems to produce high quality ethanol.
Delta-T is known for pioneering many of the recent innovations currently in use by the newest generation of ethanol plants, including the commercialization of molecular sieve dehydration, zero discharge of process wastewater, and more efficient refining and purification systems to produce high quality alcohols.
The first step is the formation of an imine between p-anisidine and ethyl glyoxalate using molecular sieve.
According to DOE, researchers will focus on the use of a carbon molecular sieve technology "which offers tremendous operational advantages to traditional technology.
Last year it made a breakthrough in the development of a nano membrane that acts as a molecular sieve to distill ethanol for use as a gasoline additive, which makes a cleaner burning fuel.
Suslick and his colleagues describe their molecular sieve in the October Nature Materials.
Mixed matrix materials comprising molecular sieve entities embedded in a polymer matrix have the potential to deliver such materials (2-5).
For example, molecular sieve processes require large bed sizes and very short cycle times, and reactions with metal oxides result in a nonregenerable waste product.

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