Developing the Next Generation Chlorine-resistant, High Flux, and High-salt Rejection Polyamide Desalting Membrane to Increase Water Supply

Project ID: 8380
Principal Investigator: Yuliana Porras Mendoza
Research Topic: Desalination and Water Treatment
Priority Area Assignments: 2011 (Advanced Water Treatment), 2012 (Advanced Water Treatment), 2013 (Advanced Water Treatment)
Funded Fiscal Years: 2011, 2012 and 2013
Keywords: None

Research Question

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Research Products

Bureau of Reclamation Review

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Chlorine Resistant Polyamide Desalination Membranes (final, PDF, 1.8MB)
By Yuliana E Porras Mendoza
Publication completed on September 30, 2013

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