“Environmental friendly and cost effective caramel for congo red removal, high flux, and fouling resistance of polysulfone membranes”

@article{Lavanya2019EnvironmentalFA,
  title={“Environmental friendly and cost effective caramel for congo red removal, high flux, and fouling resistance of polysulfone membranes”},
  author={Ch. Uma Lavanya and Khantong Soontarapa and Mannekote Shivanna Jyothi and R. Geetha Balakrishna},
  journal={Separation and Purification Technology},
  year={2019}
}

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