New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater by Anja Mueller, Benoit Guieysse, Abhijit Sarkar

By Anja Mueller, Benoit Guieysse, Abhijit Sarkar

content material: CONTENTS; PREFACE; GLENN LIPSCOMB; 1. advent: contemporary Progresses in fabrics technology for Water; RECLAMATION; ANJA MUELLER, BENOIT GUIEYSSE, ABHIJIT SARKAR; half I: complicated fabrics; 2. elimination of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds utilizing Molecularly Imprinted Polymers: A assessment; BENOIT GUIEYSSE, MATHIEU LE NOIR, BO MATTIASSON; three. removing of Endocrine Disrupting Contaminants from Water utilizing Macroporous Molecularly Imprinted Selective Media; MATHIEU LE NOIR, FATIMA PLIEVA, BO MATTIASSON; four. Imprinted Polymers for the elimination of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic steel Complexes; SYED ALI ASHRAF, CKARLOS MERCADO, ANJA MUELLER; five. Gamma Radiation-Polymerized steel Methacrylates for Adsorption of steel Ions from Wastewater; BRYAN BILYEU, CARLOS BARRERA-DIAZ, FERNANDO URENA-NUNEZ; 6. Copper Ion alternate reviews of neighborhood Zeolitic Tuffs; OZGE CAN, DEVRIM BALKOSE, SEMRA ULKU; 7. Molecular layout of Thermally Responsive steel Affinity Hydrogels for Contaminant Detection and removing from Wastewater; ARUNAN NADARAJAH, AND GANESH IYER; eight. influence of Calcium on Struvite Precipitation from Anaerobically Digested Dairy Wastewater; TIANXI ZHANG, KEITH E. BOWERS, JOSEPH H. HARRISON, SHULIN CHEN; half II complicated MEMBRANES; nine. layout of Microsieves and Microsieve tactics for Suspension Fractionation; A.M.C. VAN DINTHER, C.G.P.H. SCHROEN, R.M. increase; 10. Biorepellent natural Coatings for stronger Microsieve Filtration; MICHEL ROSSO, KARIN SCHROEN, HAN ZUILHOF; eleven. Dendritic Polymer Networks: a brand new classification of Nano-Domained Environmentally Benign Antifouling Coatings; ABHIJIT SARKAR, JOSEPH ROUSSEAU, CLAIRE HARTMANN-THOMPSON, CHRIS MAPLES, JOE PARKER, PAUL JOYCE, JOHN I. SCHEIDE, PETAR R. DVORNIC; 12. floor amendment of Polyamide opposite Osmosis Membranes with Hydrophilic Dendritic Polymers; ABHIJIT SARKAR, PETER I. CARVER, TRACY ZHANG, ADRIAN MERRINGTON, KENETH J. BRUZA, JOSEPH L. ROUSSEAU, STEVEN E. KEINATH, PETAR R. DVORNIC; thirteen. excessive Throughput Screening to switch floor houses and procure excessive functionality Membranes; MINGYAN ZHOU, JAMES E. KILDUFF, GEORGES BELFORT; 14. TiO2 Nanowire Free-Standing Membrane for Concurrent Filtration and Photocatalytic Oxidation Water remedy; XIWANG ZHANG, ALAN JIANHONG DU, JIAHONG PAN, YINJIE WANG, DARREN DELAI sunlight; INDEXES; writer INDEX; topic INDEX

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When MIP particles (prepared using different templates) were used as filler, macroporous composite cryogels with high selectivity to the specific targets were prepared (5, 13, 14). The basic concept for the preparation of MIP particles and inherent features for the preparation of the composite cryogel media and the composite highly selective macroporous media are discussed in this chapter. Synthesis and Selectivity of Molecularly Imprinted Polymers (MIPs) In modern molecular imprinting, two basic approaches can be distinguished based on the interactions used in the imprinting step: i) the covalent approach, in which the complexes in solution prior to polymerization are maintained by (reversible) covalent bonds, and ii) the non-covalent approach, in which the prepolymerization arrangement of the template and the functional monomers is formed by non-covalent interactions (6).

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