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Effects of operational conditions on the electrosorption efficiencies of capacitive deionization

  title={Effects of operational conditions on the electrosorption efficiencies of capacitive deionization},
  author={Mohamed Mossad and Linda Y Zou},
  • Mohamed Mossad, Linda Y Zou
  • Published 2011
  • Materials Science
  • Capacitive deionization (CDI) represents a novel electrosorption process for the desalination of brackish water. The CDI working principle depends on the use of porous carbon materials as electrodes. CDI electrodes possess a charged surface that results in adsorption of salt ions by being charged in low voltage and it desorbing the salt ions by applying a reverse potential to the electrodes. CDI has many advantages due to its low energy consumption, low environmental pollution, and low fouling… CONTINUE READING
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