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Optimization of process parameters using response surface methodology for the removal of phenol by emulsion liquid membrane Emulsion liquid membrane technique (ELM) was used for the extraction of phenol from synthetic and industrial effluents. In this study, the liquid membrane used for phenol removal was composed of kerosene as the solvent, Span-80 as the surfactant and Sodium hydroxide as an internal reagent. Statistical experimental design was applied for the optimization of processdoi:10.2478/v10026-012-0058-5 fatcat:hiofcgpvyraoze22rzzg3uv3r4