NewsDeveloping lactose-free milk with graphene oxide based nano
filtration membranes

13th July 2021by admin0
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Over the past years, graphene oxide membranes have
been mainly studied for water desalination and dye separation.
However, membranes have a wide range of applications, such as
within the food industry. A research group led by Aaron
Morelos-Gomez of Shinshu University’s Global Aqua Innovation Center
investigated the application of graphene oxide membranes for milk,
which typically creates dense foulant layers on polymeric
membranes.

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