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Membrane-based preconcentration and electrocatalytic degradation of selected organic compounds

Teresa M Pekol

Membrane-based preconcentration and electrocatalytic degradation of selected organic compounds

by Teresa M Pekol

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic compounds -- Biodegradation,
  • Chemistry, Organic,
  • Chemistry, Analytic

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Teresa M. Pekol
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 178 leaves :
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15003558M

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Membrane-based preconcentration and electrocatalytic degradation of selected organic compounds by Teresa M Pekol Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The membrane process has realized a solvent dehydration plant 30 times as small as a distillation plant. This example clearly illustrates the great potential of inorganic membranes as a key element in simplified, compact chemical processes.

CDS-1 membrane formed on a mullite tube. The use of polypropylene hollow- fiber (HF) membrane has been successfully applied in EME for extraction and pre-concentration of lipophilic organic ions such as acidic and basic drugs compounds due to high selectivity and high pre-concentration several many years [].

Preface xi; 1 Introduction of Microporous Membranes 1 Introduction 1 Historical Development of Membranes 1 Microporous Materials 4 Carbonaceous Materials 4 Activated Carbon 5 Carbon Nanotubes 8 Graphene 11 Microporous Silica 14 Zeolites 16 Metal-Organic Frameworks 19 Highly Porous Polymers.

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Lett. Vol Issue 6 Pages The invention relates to a method for producing a nanostructured membrane, comprising the steps of: i) irradiating a polymer substrate with heavy ions such that latent ion tracks are formed through the entire thickness (e) of the polymer substrate; and ii) partially etching said latent tracks so as to obtain a nanostructured membrane comprising nanopores that are less deep (p) than Cited by: 3.

The adsorption of lysozyme, cytochrome c, and myoglobin, similar-sized globular proteins of approximately nm radius, into the mesoporous silica material Santa Barbara Amorphous (SBA) with nm mean pore radius has been studied photometrically for aqueous solutions containing a single protein type and for binary protein by: In the present study, the effect of olive trees age and type of production system (organic/ conventional) on the content of these lipophilic compounds was evaluated.

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