Main Subjects = Membrane contactors
Number of Articles: 10
1. Progress of Membrane Engineering for Water Treatment

Volume 6, Issue 3, Summer 2020, Pages 269-279

10.22079/jmsr.2019.108451.1265

Mirko Frappa; Francesca Macedonio; Enrico Drioli

Progress of Membrane Engineering for Water Treatment


4. Separation of Carboxylic Acids from Aqueous Solutions using Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactors

Volume 5, Issue 3, Summer 2019, Pages 233-239

10.22079/jmsr.2018.88804.1199

Sofiya Karunanithi; Poonguzhali e; Ashish Kapoor; Philip Delfino; Prabhakar S

Separation of Carboxylic Acids from Aqueous Solutions using Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactors


5. New Polymer Catalytic Membranes for Nitrite Reduction: Experimental Assessment

Volume 5, Issue 2, Spring 2019, Pages 157-164

10.22079/jmsr.2018.93546.1213

Miguel Guate; Alfredo Ortiz; Inmaculada Ortiz

New Polymer Catalytic Membranes for Nitrite Reduction: Experimental Assessment


7. Regeneration of СO2 Physical Solvents at Elevated Pressures in Gas-Liquid Membrane Contactor

Volume 4, Issue 4, Autumn 2018, Pages 227-238

10.22079/jmsr.2018.82177.1179

Stepan Bazhenov; Danila Bakhtin; Alexey Volkov

Regeneration of СO2 Physical Solvents at Elevated Pressures in Gas-Liquid Membrane Contactor


8. Effect of Ethylene Glycol as Pore Former on Polyphenylsulfone Hollow Fiber Membrane for Crude Palm Oil Deacidification through Membrane Contactor

Volume 3, Issue 4, Autumn 2017, Pages 291-295

10.22079/jmsr.2016.21596

Noor Hidayu Othman; Ahmadilfitri Md Noor; Mohd Suria Affandi Yusoff; Pei Sean Goh; Ahmad Fauzi Ismail

Effect of Ethylene Glycol as Pore Former on Polyphenylsulfone Hollow Fiber Membrane for Crude Palm Oil Deacidification through Membrane Contactor


10. Effect of Complexation Reaction Constant on the Separation of Propylene/Propane by Supported Liquid Membrane

Volume 1, Issue 2, Summer 2015, Pages 85-89

10.22079/jmsr.2015.13536

Maryam Takht Ravanchi; Tahereh Kaghazchi; Ali Kargari

Effect of Complexation Reaction Constant on the Separation of Propylene/Propane by Supported Liquid Membrane