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  • patent on magnetic separation of oxygen from air

    The researchers have been investigating how the new magnetic separation approach can be used to separate oxygen from nitrogen in air mixtures, carbon dioxide from methane in natural gas, and carbon dioxide from nitrogen in post-combustion mixtures emitted, such as from fossil fuel-burning power plants, which could be an important boost towards the advancement of carbon capture and …

  • US7771509B1 Magnetic oxygen concentrator for air streams

    A process for separating O 2 fromair, that includes the steps effecting an increase in pressure of anairstream, magnetically concentrating O 2 in one portion of the pressurizedairstream, the one portion then being anoxygenrich stream, and there being another portion of theairstream being anoxygenlean stream, compressing theoxygenrich stream and removing water and carbon dioxide therefrom, to …

  • Producing medical grade oxygen for human, animal, or

    Producingmedical grade oxygenfor human, animal, or laboratory use byparamagnetic separation of oxygen from airUnited StatesPatent4150956 Abstract:

  • Advanced Magnetic Air Separation Technology (Technical

    @article{osti_1599997, title = {AdvancedMagnetic Air SeparationTechnology}, author = {Vetrovec, John}, abstractNote = {Gasification plants can run more efficiently and be configured to more economically capture CO2 if the oxidant isoxygenrather thanair. The combustion of fossil fuels in nearly pureoxygen, rather thanair, can simplify CO2 ...

  • Oxygen production by paramagnetic Free Patents Online

    The liquifiedair(4) is passed thru the twomagneticpoles, north and south, of an electromagnet (21) in a quantity and with a velocity which provide the time required, permit the absorbedoxygenmolecules in the presence of gauss forces sufficient to cause paramagnetic magnetization of theoxygenmolecules, to be magnetically attracted (31) to the two poles, north and south, and at or near themagneticpole surfaces, exceed the solubility ability of the liquid to retain theoxygen…

  • Oxygen Separation Using Magnetic Membranes

    Since the firstcryogenic oxygen production patentissued to Carl Von Linde in 1903, the technology has been refined through engineering configuration and optimized for greatest economic efficiency. However, given the current limitations for further improvements in the efficiency ofcryogenic air separation plantsthe development of technology that would significantly lower its costs is unlikely.

  • Investigation for Magnetic Separation of Oxygen from

    Jul 16, 2004· In an effort to develop a highly effectiveseparationtechnology foroxygenoperating in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) temperature range, themagnetic separationof oxygen from supercritical air was investigated using a laser holography interferometer. The experiment was carried out near the maxcondentherm (MC) point. For purposes of comparison, the same operation was carried out using …

  • A novel magnetic separation oxygen enriched method and the

    Using two oppositemagneticpoles of two magnets with certain distance forms amagneticspace having a field intensity gradient near its borders. Whenairinjected into themagneticspace outflows from themagneticspace via its borders,oxygenmolecules inairwill experience the interception effect of the gradientmagneticfield, but nitrogen molecules will outflow without hindrance.

  • magnetism Could a magnet pull oxygen out of the air

    Physics says yes. And at the USPatentOffice, it certainly looks like the answer is yes, according to (at least) this USpatentapplication.The abstract reads: A process for separating O$_2$ fromair, that includes the steps effecting an increase in pressure of anairstream, magnetically concentrating O$_2$ in one portion of the pressurizedairstream, the one portion then being anoxygen...

  • magnetic separation of air REB Research Blog

    Oct 11, 2017· At 20°C, the per-mol,magneticsusceptibility ofoxygenis 1.34×10 −6 This suggests that the Curie constant is 1.34 ×10 −6 x 293 = 3.93 ×10 −4. Applying this value tooxygenin a 50 Tesla magnet at 20°C, we find the energy difference, ∆G is 1072 J/mole = RT ln ß where ß is a concentration ratio factor between the O2 content of the magnetized and un-magnetized gas, C1/C2 =ß

  • DE102012222434B4 Magnetic separation of Google Patents

    A method of separating iron from ferrous aluminum or magnesium alloy melts, the method comprising: forming a melt (34) comprising molten aluminum or magnesium and impurity iron and containing the iron in the form of iron particles or ferrous Particles (38) is present; a staticmagneticfield gradient is applied to the melt (34) for a period of time to separate the iron particles or ferrous ...

  • Separatingoxygenfrom theairby means of dissolvingair

    Separatingoxygen from airby dissolving florocarbon or silicone liquid and passing the liquid between the poles of magnet to ... United StatesPatent4049398 ...oxygenmolecules are paramagnetic and can then be magnetically removed from these specific liquids or fluids as gaseousoxygen.Magnetic separationfalls under two principal types of ...

  • Oxygen Separation Using Magnetic Membranes

    Since the first cryogenic oxygen production patent issued to Carl Von Linde in 1903, the technology has been refined through engineering configuration and optimized for greatest economic efficiency. However, given the current limitations for further improvements in the efficiency of cryogenic air separation plants the development of technology that would significantly lower its costs is unlikely.

  • Magnetic separation of oxygen from air ResearchGate

    The simulation results showed that there is a possibilityof oxygen separation/enrichment from atmosphericairunder a strongmagneticfield gradient. View Show abstract

  • magnetic separation of air REB Research Blog

    Oct 11, 2017· At 20°C, the per-mol,magneticsusceptibilityof oxygenis 1.34×10 −6 This suggests that the Curie constant is 1.34 ×10 −6 x 293 = 3.93 ×10 −4. Applying this value tooxygenin a 50 Tesla magnet at 20°C, we find the energy difference, ∆G is 1072 J/mole = RT ln ß where ß is a concentration ratio factor between the O2 content of ...

  • Magnetic Separator an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    R.R. Oder, in Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 2007. 1. Abstract. This paper presents preliminary results using theMagneticMicro-Particle Separator, (MM-PS,patentpending) which was conceived for high throughput isothermal and isobaricseparationof nanometer (nm) sized iron catalyst particles from Fischer-Tropsch wax at 260 o C. Usingmagneticfields up to 2,000 gauss, F-T wax ...

  • Separating Chemicals With Magnets Khalifa University

    Oct 30, 2017· Researchers FilePatentfor Novel, Energy-Efficient Technique that Leverages Membranes and Magnets to Purify Chemical Compounds from Mixtures in Oil and Gas Processing A team of researchers at the Gas Research Center (GRC) are working to reduce the high energy costs of industrial chemicalseparationprocesses with a breakthroughseparationtechnique that leverages membranes …

  • Patents Assigned to Magnetic Separation Systems, Inc

    Oct 10, 2000·Patents Assigned to Magnetic Separation Systems, Inc. Optical glass sorting machine and method.Patentnumber: 6504124 ... This invention presents a method of clearing a sensor field of debris, including liquids, through the use of anaircurtain. An embodiment of this invention addresses the problem of impurity buildup in the sensing field of ...

  • Isairmagnetised Doesairhasmagneticparticle

    Theaircontains O2 molecules which are paramagnetic. If you cool O it goes to the liquid and then to the solid phase. The solid phase of O2 orders magnetically below the transition temperature.

  • Interferometric study on the mass transfer in cryogenic

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  • Energy and materials flows in the productionof liquid and

    @article{osti_6574363, title = {Energy and materials flows in the production of liquid and gaseous oxygen}, author = {Shen, S. and Wolsky, A. M.}, abstractNote = {Liquid and gaseousoxygenis produced in an energy-intensiveair separationprocesso that also generates nitrogen. More than 65% of the costof oxygenis attributable to energy costs.

  • Experimental investigation on possibility of oxygen

    This paper presents a novel method that uses the interception effect of gradientmagneticfield onoxygenmolecules to realize enrichment. The use of two oppositemagneticpoles of two magnets at a certain distance forms amagneticspace having a field intensity gradient near its borders. Whenairinjected into themagneticspace outflows from themagneticspace via its borders,oxygen...

  • Interferometric study on the mass transfer in cryogenic

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  • Magnetic Separator an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    R.R. Oder, in Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 2007. 1. Abstract. This paper presents preliminary results using theMagneticMicro-Particle Separator, (MM-PS,patentpending) which was conceived for high throughput isothermal and isobaricseparationof nanometer (nm) sized iron catalyst particles from Fischer-Tropsch wax at 260 o C. Usingmagneticfields up to 2,000 gauss, F-T wax ...

  • Magnetic Separator an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Barry A. Wills, James A. Finch FRSC, FCIM, P.Eng., in Wills' Mineral Processing Technology (Eighth Edition), 2016. 13.4.3 Material Transport inMagneticSeparators. Commercialmagneticseparators are continuous-process machines, andseparationis carried out on a moving stream of particles passing into and through themagneticfield. Close control of the speed of passage of the particles ...

  • TheMagneticProperties and Structure of Hemoglobin

    Oct 27, 2015· Over ninety years ago, on November 8, 1845, Michael Faraday investigated themagneticproperties of dried blood and made a note “Must try recent fluid blood.” If he had determined themagneticsusceptibilities of arterial and venous blood, he would have found them to differ by a large amount (as much as twenty per cent for completely oxygenated and completely deoxygenated blood); …

  • Beneficiation of lunar soils Case studies in magnetics

    Reported are weight, particle size, gross chemistry and magnetism measurements for lithic, mineral and fused soil components separated from five lunar soils using dry, open-gradient,magnetic separation. Pure diamagnetic anorthite, a feedstock for the electrochemicalseparation of oxygenand metals, has been separated from anorthistic highland soils. In addition, paramagnetic ilmenite has been ...

  • Magnetically Recoverable Catalysts Beyond Magnetic Separation

    Jul 18, 2018· Instead,magneticoxides demonstrated a significant shortageof oxygenatoms around Fe, Zn, and Cr, i.e.,oxygenvacancies which increased from a single oxide phase (for example, Fe 3 O 4 or ZnO) to Zn-Fe 3 O 4-SiO 2 and further to Zn-Cr-Fe 3 O 4-SiO 2, resulting in a significant increase of catalytic activities of thesemagneticoxides (Oracko ...

  • Ni NiO Core Shell Nanoparticlesfor Selective Binding and

    Ni/NiO core/shell nanoparticleshaving high affinity with polyhistidine were synthesized by decomposition of a Ni surfactant complex followed byairoxidation. Ni/NiO nanoparticles showed selective and efficient binding to histidine-tagged proteins and easyseparationby using a magnet. These provided a more convenient way to efficient purification of histidine-tagged proteins compared with ...

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