NewsPromising strategies to enhance separation selectivity of
nanofiltration

18th August 2020by admin0
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Researchers from the Institute of Process Engineering
(IPE) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Argonne National
Laboratory (Argonne), and the University of Chicago in the U.S.
have searched for, and summarized, recent developments in the field
of nanofiltration (NF), and provided guidance for potential future
approaches to improve the selectivity of nanofiltration
membranes.

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