By Isabel Escobar and Bart Van der Bruggen (Eds.)
content material: PREFACE ; 1. creation ; ISABEL C. ESCOBAR AND BART VAN DER BRUGGEN ; half I. MEMBRANES FOR power, PERVAPORATION, gasoline SEPARATION, AND CO2 catch ; 2. research OF the improvement OF MEMBRANE know-how FOR gasoline SEPARATION AND CO2 trap ; BART VAN DER BRUGGEN, ISABEL C. ESCOBAR, AND PATRICIA LUIS ; three. sped up fabrics layout FOR HYDROGEN SEPARATION MEMBRANES ; R. HU, M. C. GAO, AND O. N. DO?AN ; four. practical NANOTUBE MEMBRANES FOR HYDROPHOBICITY-BASED SEPARATIONS by way of INITIATED CHEMICAL VAPOR DEPOSITION (ICVD) ; AYSE ASATEKIN AND KAREN okay. GLEASON ; five. comparability OF MEMBRANE functionality OF PDMS-BASED MEMBRANES in the course of ETHANOL/WATER PERVAPORATION AND FERMENTATION BROTH PERVAPORATION ; S. CHOVAU, S. GAYKAWAD, A. J. J. STRAATHOF, AND B. VAN DER BRUGGEN ; 6. improvement AND CHARACTERIZATION OF IONIC LIQUID-FUNCTIONALIZED NANOCOMPOSITE MEMBRANES ; HAMID R. HAKIMELAHI, PEI LI, AND MARIA R. COLEMAN ; 7. SEPARATION OF AROMATIC/ALIPHATIC combos by means of PERVAPORATION utilizing ORTHO-FUNCTIONALIZED POLYIMIDE MEMBRANES ; CLAUDIO P. RIBEIRO JR., BENNY D. FREEMAN, DOUGLASS S. KALIKA, AND SUMOD KALAKKUNNATH ; eight. fuel SEPARATION homes OF TRIPTYCENE-BASED POLYIMIDE MEMBRANES ; YOON JIN CHO AND HO BUM PARK ; nine. SIMULATION OF hole FIBER SPINNING ; Y. SU AND G. G. LIPSCOMB ; half II. MEMBRANES FOR LIQUID SEPARATIONS ; 10. MEMBRANES FOR WATER remedy functions - an outline ; TILAK GULLINKALA AND ISABEL C. ESCOBAR ; eleven. MEMBRANES within the DAIRY ; HEATH H. HIMSTEDT AND JAMIE A. HESTEKIN ; 12. A FOURIER rework INFRARED SPECTROSCOPIC dependent BIOFILM CHARACTERIZATION strategy AND ITS USE to teach THE impression OF COPPER-CHARGED POLYPROPYLENE FEED SPACERS IN BIOFOULING keep an eye on ; RICHARD HAUSMAN AND ISABEL C. ESCOBAR ; thirteen. comparability OF THE PERMEATION OF MGCL2 as opposed to NACL IN hugely CHARGED SULFONATED POLYMER MEMBRANES ; GEOFFREY M. GEISE, BENNY D. FREEMAN, AND DONALD R. PAUL ; 14. learning THE influence OF FEED WATER features at the HYDROPHOBICITY OF CELLULOSE ACETATE ULTRAFILTRAION MEMBRANES AND ITS CORRELATION TO MEMBRANE MORPHOLOGY: A CHEMICAL strength MICROSCOPY process ; AMR M. ZAKY, ISABEL C. ESCOBAR, AND CYNDEE L. GRUDEN ; 15. CARBON NANOTUBE/POLYETHERSULFONE COMPOSITE MEMBRANES FOR WATER FILTRATION ; EVRIM CELIK AND HEECHUL CHOI ; sixteen. research OF the results OF THICKNESS AND PRESENCE OF PORE FORMERS ON tailored ULTRAFILTRATION POLYSULFONE MEMBRANES ; SEPIDEH HAKIM ELAHI AND ISABEL C. ESCOBAR ; 17. REVERSIBLE ION EXCHANGE-MEMBRANE (RIX-M) procedure FOR FOULING unfastened and effort effective DESALINATION OF SEAWATER ; SUDIPTA SARKAR, RYAN C. SMITH, AND ARUP okay. SENGUPTA ; 18. floor FUNCTIONALIZATION OF POLYBENZIMIDAZOLE MEMBRANES to extend HYDROPHILICITY AND cost ; MICHAEL FLANAGAN, RICHARD HAUSMAN, BRETT DIGMAN, ISABEL C. ESCOBAR, MARIA COLEMAN, AND TAI-SHUNG CHUNG ; EDITOR'S BIOGRAPHIES ; INDEXES ; writer INDEX ; topic INDEX
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Modern Applications in Membrane Science and Technology by Isabel Escobar and Bart Van der Bruggen (Eds.)