Filtration, Diffusion, and Molecular Sieving through Porous Cellulose Membranes

@article{Renkin1954FiltrationDA,
  title={Filtration, Diffusion, and Molecular Sieving through Porous Cellulose Membranes},
  author={Eugene M. Renkin},
  journal={The Journal of General Physiology},
  year={1954},
  volume={38},
  pages={225 - 243}
}
1. A study has been made of the diffusion and filtration of a graded series of molecules (including tritium-labelled water, urea, glucose, antipyrine, sucrose, raffinose, and hemoglobin) in aqueous solution through porous cellulose membranes of three degrees of porosity. 2. Experimental results were in close agreement with predictions based on the membrane pore theory of Pappenheimer et al. (1,2). Restriction to molecular diffusion is a function of pore radius and molecular radius described by… CONTINUE READING
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