Filtration is any of various mechanical, physical or biological operations in which solid particles in a liquid or gaseous fluid are removed by the use of a filter medium that permits the fluid to pass through but retains the solid particles. The fluid that passes through is called the filtrate. Either the clarified fluid or the solid particles removed from the fluid may be the desired product.
Filtration is typically an imperfect process. Some fluid remains on the feed side of the filter or embedded in the filter media and some small solid particulates find their way through the filter. As a chemistry and engineering technique, there is always some lost product, whether it is the liquid or solid being collected.
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