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Coupled electrokinetic transport through a nanoporous membrane: a theoretical approach

@article{Liot2020CoupledET,
  title={Coupled electrokinetic transport through a nanoporous membrane: a theoretical approach},
  author={Olivier Liot and Catherine Sempere and Christophe Ybert and Anne-Laure Biance},
  journal={arXiv: Fluid Dynamics},
  year={2020}
}
Liquid transport through nanopore is central into many applications, from water purification to biosensing or energy harvesting. Ultimately thin nanopores are of major interest in these applications to increase driving potential and reduce as much as possible dissipation sources. We investigate here theoretically the efficiency of the electrical power generation through an ultrathin nanoporous membrane by means of streaming current (electrical current induced by ionic flow in the vicinity of… 

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