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Finally, the use of living organisms to synthesize chemical products (e.g., fermentation) is likely to increase. Biological processes often produce aqueous solutions with less than 10 percent of the desired substance. The recovery and purification of this substance presents unique challenges made more difficult by the potential fragility of the substance. Increasing the concentration of the solution could destroy the organisms that generate the products. In order for the bioprocessing sector of the chemical industry to grow, it needs separation technologies that enable the recovery of valuable compounds that differ only slightly in molecular structure from the other components in a dilute solution.
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The commodity chemical and specialty chemical industries produce dilute effluent streams containing waste products that must be separated either for recovery and recycling or for destruction. Problems involving the separation of low concentration components, such as metal salts, inorganic compounds, and particulate matter, from aqueous streams are common. For example, the chemical commodity industry produces effluent streams containing low levels of valuable metal ions, such as copper, silver, mercury, gold, palladium, and platinum. Ideally, the effluent stream would be detoxified and the metals recovered simultaneously.