The paper describes thesis research that elucidates the permeation mechanism of trace organics through Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration membranes. Specifically, the effects of size, charge and solute-membrane affinity on rejection (both time-variant and steady state) are investigated under varying feed conditions such as changing pH, ionic strength or fouling conditions.
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- Eva Steinle-Darling, Ph.D., P.E.
- Stanford University
- AMTA/SEDA Joint Conference, Naples, FL
- Reverse osmosis rejection, nanofiltration rejection, trace organics. Permeation mechanisms