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The use of cross-flow microfiltration in the treatment of liquids in the food industry

, : The use of cross-flow microfiltration in the treatment of liquids in the food industry. Process Rennes ( 1054): 42-46, 48-49

A review of current literature on, and developments in, cross-flow microfiltration is presented. The technology, its operating conditions and its fields of application are described.

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