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Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 2255: Acceptance Factors of Appropriate Technology: Case of Water Purification Systems in Binh Dinh, Vietnam

30-Jun-2018 | Lee, Junmin ; Kim, Keungoui ; Shin, Hyunha ; Hwang, Junseok, Sustainability, 2018

Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 2255: Acceptance Factors of Appropriate Technology: Case of Water Purification Systems in Binh Dinh, Vietnam Sustainability doi: 10.3390/su10072255 Authors: Junmin Lee Keungoui Kim Hyunha Shin Junseok Hwang This study selects a case involving ...

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N‐bromo‐hydantoin grafted polystyrene beads: Synthesis and nano‐micro beads characteristics for achieving controlled release of active oxidative bromine and extended microbial inactivation efficiency

05-Oct-2015 | Shady Farah, Oren Aviv, Mahran Daif, Konda Reddy Kunduru, Natalia Laout, Stanislav Ratner, Nurit Beyth, Abraham J. Domb, Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2015

ABSTRACT N‐bromo‐hydantoin and N‐bromo‐5,5′‐dimethylhydantoin conjugated polystyrene beads were synthesized from chloromethyl polystyrene beads which differ in their particles size, crosslinking, nano‐micro porosity, and tunnels size on the surface, in order to study the effect of these ...

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From Natural to Bioassisted and Biomimetic Artificial Water Channel Systems

08-Apr-2013 | Mihail Barboiu; Arnaud Gilles, Accounts of Chemical Research, 2013

Within biological systems, natural channels and pores transport metabolites across the cell membranes. Researchers have explored artificial ion-channel architectures as potential mimics of natural ionic conduction. All these synthetic systems have produced an impressive collection of alternative ...

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An Artificial Estrogen Receptor through Combinatorial Imprinting

27-Sep-2012 | Eric Schillinger, Monika Möder, Gustaf D. Olsson, Ian A. Nicholls, Börje Sellergren, Chemistry - A European Journal, 2012

Abstract Polymeric sorbents targeting endocrine‐disrupting estrogen active compounds (EAC) were prepared by terpolymer imprinting using 17β‐estradiol (E2) as template. From a group of eight functional monomers representing Brønsted acids, bases, hydrogen‐bond donors and acceptors, as well as ...

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Optimal design of reverse osmosis‐based water treatment systems

13-Jul-2012 | Ramkumar Karuppiah, Scott J. Bury, Adriana Vazquez, Gregg Poppe, AIChE Journal, 2012

Abstract We address the problem of optimal design of reverse osmosis (RO)‐based water treatment systems. A superstructure optimization method is proposed to solve the problem, where the superstructure for a RO system is structurally enhanced with additional features. We formulate the problem as ...

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Biosorption of cadmium ions using Pleurotus ostreatus: Growth kinetics, isotherm study and biosorption mechanism

18-Feb-2011 | Chia Chay Tay, Hong Hooi Liew, Chun-Yang Yin, Suhaimi Abdul-Talib, Salmijah Surif, Afiza Abdullah Suhaimi, Soon Kong ..., Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2011

The mycelial growth kinetics, cadmium biosorption capacity and main governing biosorption mechanism of Pleurotus ostreatus (oyster mushroom) have been determined in this study. The fungus mycelium exhibits a sigmoidal (S-shaped) growth curve in which the growth rates for the lag and exponential ...

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