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Effect of polyphenols-membrane interactions on the performance of membrane-based processes. A review
Abstract Polyphenols have received a great attention in the last years due to growing evidence of their health-promoting activities and antioxidant characteristics. In this review, the effect ofExpand
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A novel model equation for the permeation of hydrogen in mixture with carbon monoxide through Pd–Ag membranes
Abstract Hydrogen permeance decrease, owing to the covalent interaction of carbon monoxide with the Pd–Ag membrane surface, represents a considerable drawback, since this decreases the efficiency ofExpand
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Droplet detachment in cross-flow membrane emulsification: Comparison among torque- and force-based models
Due to the high product quality achievable, considerable attention of the researchers is being addressed to the cross-flow direct membrane emulsification (CDME). The key advantages of this processExpand
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Multi-scale modeling of protein fouling in ultrafiltration process
Abstract The aim of this work was the formulation of a theoretical multi-scale model simulating the membrane separation of proteins. The proposed approach integrated the knowledge about separationExpand
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The influence of the CO inhibition effect on the estimation of the H2 purification unit surface
Abstract The CO inhibition effect on H 2 permeance through commercial Pd-based membranes was analysed by means of permeation measurements at different CO compositions (0–30% molar) and temperaturesExpand
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A step forward to a more efficient wastewater treatment by membrane surface modification via polymerizable bicontinuous microemulsion
Abstract An innovative hydrophilic and anti-fouling coating material for application in membrane technology for wastewater treatment has been developed by polymerization of a polymerizableExpand
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Intermolecular interactions as controlling factor for water sorption into polymer membranes.
A multidisciplinary approach was used for delineating the mechanisms controlling water sorption into modified block co-poly-(ether/amide) (PEBAX) membranes. In particular, incorporation of aromaticExpand
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MOLECULAR QUADRUPOLE MOMENTS, SECOND MOMENTS, AND DIAMAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITIES EVALUATED USING THE GENERALIZED GRADIENT APPROXIMATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF GAUSSIAN DENSITY FUNCTIONAL METHOD
A series of monoelectronic properties, i.e., molecular dipole and quadrupole moments, diamagnetic susceptibility and second moments of a number of organic and inorganic systems (CO2, OCS, CS2, C2H2,Expand
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A review of emerging trends in membrane science and technology for sustainable water treatment
Abstract Access to clean and potable water will continue to be a global challenge in as much as sustainable solutions are far-fetched. It has become highly imperative to improve the efficiency ofExpand
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Transport properties of a co-poly(amide-12-b-ethylene oxide) membrane: A comparative study between experimental and molecular modelling results
Abstract An experimental and theoretical study has been used to investigate gas diffusion and solubility in PEBAX ® 2533 block copolymer membrane. Molecular simulations using COMPASS force field haveExpand
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