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Liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) is a method used to separate compounds based on their relative activity in two immiscible phases. By significantly reducing the scale of liquid-liquid extraction to the micro- and milli-fluidic levels, this separation process can bemade suitable for low volume, high value materials.
Tesfai, Janet, "Continuous, Passive Liquid-Liquid Extraction and Emulsion Separation Within Microfluidic and Millifluidic Devices" (2011). Master’s Theses. 15.