electrofiltration

electrofiltration

[i‚lek·trō·fil′trā·shən]
(geology)
Counterprocess during electrical logging of well boreholes, in which mud filtrate forced through the mud cake produces an emf in the mud cake opposite a permeable bed, positive in the direction of filtrate flow.
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Combined with flotation and filtration (electrofiltration, electrochemical processes, precipitation, etc.) they are simple and economically acceptable methods.
In this electrofiltration step the cells cannot pass the filter membrane, so they remain in the collector.