Interactions between natural organic matter (NOM) and membranes: Rejection and fouling
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- Interactions between natural organic matter (NOM) and membranes: Rejection and fouling
- Amy, Gary; Cho, Jaeweon
- Fouling; Humic substances; Membranes; Natural organic matter; Rejection
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- WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, v.40, no.9, pp.131 - 139
- This work demonstrates that interactions between membranes and natural organic matter (NOM) include rejection by both steric and electrostatic exclusion, and fouling by adsorption. NOM rejection and fouling are influenced by both NOM characteristics (molecular weight, aromaticity:humic content, and charge) and membrane properties (molecular weight cutoff (MWCO), hydrophobicity, and charge) as well as hydrodynamic operating conditions represented by a f/k ratio(the ratio of permeate flux (f) to a diffusional back-transport mass transfer coefficient (k)). (C) 1999 Published by Elsevier Science Ltd on behalf of the IAWQ. All rights reserved
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