Biomimetic membranes: A critical review of recent progress

@inproceedings{Giwa2017BiomimeticMA,
  title={Biomimetic membranes: A critical review of recent progress},
  author={Adewale Giwa and Shadi W Hasan and Abu Yousuf and Sudip Chakraborty and Daniel Johnson and Nidal Hilal},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract A membrane material that can concurrently provide commercially acceptable levels of water permeability, high salt rejection, and of sufficient stability to withstand mechanical and chemical stresses seems to be necessary to guarantee the energy and environmental sustainability of desalination systems and other membrane separation processes. Recent developments in desalination have shown that bio-inspired membranes are moving steadily in this direction. Sustainable desalination via… CONTINUE READING

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