Journal of Membrane Science, 0376-7388

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  1. 2019
  2. A review of in situ real-time monitoring techniques for membrane fouling in the biotechnology, biorefinery and food sectors

    Gregor Rudolph, Tiina Virtanen, Montserrat Ferrando, Carmen Güell, Frank Lipnizki & Mari Kallioinen, 2019 Oct 15, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 588, 26 p., 117221.

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  3. 2018
  4. Simulation of NOM removal by capillary NF: A numerical method for full-scale plant design

    Alexander Keucken, Xuefei Liu, Boyue Lian, Yuan Wang, Kenneth M. Persson & Greg Leslie, 2018 Jun 1, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 555, p. 229-236 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  5. 2016
  6. Anion-conducting polysulfone membranes containing hexa-imidazolium functionalized biphenyl units

    Annika Weiber & Patric Jannasch, 2016, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 520, p. 425-433

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  7. 2015
  8. Polysulfones with highly localized imidazolium groups for anion exchange membranes

    Annika Weiber & Patric Jannasch, 2015, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 481, p. 164-171

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  9. Predicting optimal back-shock times in ultrafiltration hollow fiber modules II: Effect of inlet flow and concentration dependent viscosity

    Frank Vinther, Manuel Pinelo, Morten Brons, Gunnar Jonsson & Anne S. Meyer, 2015, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 493, p. 486-495

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  10. 2014
  11. Proton conducting graft copolymers with tunable length and density of phosphonated side chains for fuel cell membranes

    Ivaylo Dimitrov, Shogo Takamuku, Katja Jankova, Patric Jannasch & Søren Hvilsted, 2014, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 450, p. 362-368

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  12. 2012
  13. Crosslinked poly[1-(trimethylsilyl)-1-propyne] membranes: Characterization and pervaporation of aqueous tetrahydrofuran mixtures

    Stan Claes, Pieter Vandezande, Steven Mullens, Peter Adriaensens, Roos Peeters, Frans Maurer & Marlies K. Van Bael, 2012, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 389, p. 459-469

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  14. Size-selectivity of a synthetic high-flux and a high cut-off dialyzing membrane compared to that of the rat glomerular filtration barrier

    Josefin Axelsson, Carl Öberg, Anna Rippe, Bernd Krause & Bengt Rippe, 2012, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 413, p. 29-37

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  15. 2011
  16. Enhanced performance in pervaporation of supercritical carbon dioxide treated poly[1-(trimethylsilyl)-1-propyne] membranes

    Stan Claes, Pieter Vandezande, Steven Mullens, Marlies K. Van Bael & Frans Maurer, 2011, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 382, 1-2, p. 177-185

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  17. 2010
  18. High flux composite PTMSP-silica nanohybrid membranes for the pervaporation of ethanol/water mixtures

    S. Claes, P. Vandezande, S. Mullens, R. Leysen, K. De Sitter, Anna Andersson, Frans Maurer, H. Van den Rul, R. Peeters & M. K. Van Bael, 2010, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 351, 1-2, p. 160-167

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  19. Optimization, evaluation, and characterization of a hollow fiber supported liquid membrane for sampling and speciation of lead(II) from aqueous solutions

    Ana Nelly Bautista-Flores, Eduardo Rodriguez de San Miguel, Josefina de Gyves & Jan Åke Jönsson, 2010, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 363, 1-2, p. 180-187

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  20. 2009
  21. Aromatic polysulfone copolymers for gas separation membrane applications

    C. Camacho-Zuniga, F. A. Ruiz-Trevino, S. Hernandez-Lopez, M. G. Zolotukhin, Frans Maurer & A. Gonzalez-Montiel, 2009, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 340, 1-2, p. 221-226

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  22. Effects of pore spacing on drop size during cross-flow membrane emulsification—A numerical study

    Anna Timgren, Gun Trägårdh & Christian Trägårdh, 2009, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 337, p. 232-239

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  23. 2008
  24. Silica filled poly(4-methyl-2-pentyne) nanocomposite membranes: Similarities and differences with poly(1-trimethylsilyl-1-propyne)-silica systems

    Kristien De Sitter, Anna Andersson, Jan D'Haen, Roger Leysen, Steven Mullens, Frans Maurer & Ivo F. J. Vankelecom, 2008, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 321, 2, p. 284-292

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  25. The influence of pH, salt and temperature on nanofiltration performance

    Mattias Nilsson, Gun Trägårdh & Karin Östergren, 2008, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 312, 1-2, p. 97-106

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  26. 2006
  27. Silica filled poly(1-trimethylsilyl-1-propyne) nanocomposite membranes: Relation between the transport of gases and structural characteristics

    K De Sitter, Petra Winberg, J D'Haen, C Dotremont, R Leysen, JA Martens, S Mullens, Frans Maurer & IFJ Vankelecom, 2006, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 278, 1-2, p. 83-91

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  28. Study of new organophosphorus derivates carriers on the selective recovery of M(II) and M(III) metals, using supported liquid membrane extraction

    Nasr-Eddine Belkhouche, Mohamed Amine Didi, Roberto Romero, Jan Åke Jönsson & Didier Villemin, 2006, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 284, 1-2, p. 398-405

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  29. The influence of sodium chloride on mass transfer in a polyamide nanofiltration membrane at elevated temperatures

    Mattias Nilsson, Gun Trägårdh & Karin Östergren, 2006, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 280, 1-2, p. 928-936

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  30. 2005
  31. Selective immuno-supported liquid membrane (ISLM) extraction, enrichment and analysis of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol

    Madalina Tudorache & Jenny Emnéus, 2005, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 256, 1-2, p. 143-149

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  32. The influence of support layer on mass transport of homologous series of alcohols and esters through composite pervaporation membranes

    Olivera Trifunovic & Gun Trägårdh, 2005, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 259, 1-2, p. 122-134

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  33. 2004
  34. Influence of impermeable components on the permeation of aqueous 1-propanol mixtures in hydrophobic pervaporation

    Frank Lipnizki, Stephan Hausmanns & Robert W. Field, 2004 Jan 15, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 228, 2, p. 129-138 10 p.

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  35. Polysulfone ionomers for proton-conducting fuel cell membranes: sulfoalkylated polysulfones

    Lina Karlsson & Patric Jannasch, 2004, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 230, 1-2, p. 61-70

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  36. Reuse of industrial wastewater following treatment with reverse osmosis

    M Into, Ann-Sofi Jönsson & G Lengden, 2004, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 242, 1-2, p. 21-25

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  37. 2003
  38. Influence of ionic calcium concentration on fouling during the cross-flow microfiltration of b-lactoglobulin solutions.

    A D Marshall, P Munro & Gun Trägårdh, 2003, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 217, 1-2, p. 131-140

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  39. The influence of permeant properties on the sorption step in hydrophobic pervaporation.

    Olivera Trifunovic & Gun Trägårdh, 2003, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 216, 1-2, p. 207-216

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  40. Transmission of BSA during Cross-flow Microfiltration: Influence of pH and Salt Concentration

    Anna Persson, Ann-Sofi Jönsson & Guido Zacchi, 2003, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 223, 1-2, p. 11-21

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  41. 2001
  42. 2000
  43. Influence of pH on the adsorptive fouling of ultrafiltration membranes by fatty acid

    J Brinck, Ann-Sofi Jönsson, Bengt Jönsson & J Lindau, 2000, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 164, 1-2, p. 187-194

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  44. 1999
  45. Pervaporation-based hybrid process: A review of process design, applications and economics

    Frank Lipnizki, Robert W. Field & Po Kiong Ten, 1999 Feb 17, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 153, 2, p. 183-210 28 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

  46. Adsorptive fouling of modified and unmodified commercial polymeric ultrafiltration membranes

    J Lindau & Ann-Sofi Jönsson, 1999, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 160, 1, p. 65-76

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  47. 1998
  48. 1997
  49. 1995
  50. Influence of the membrane material on the adsorptive fouling of ultra-filtration membranes

    C Jonsson & Ann-Sofi Jönsson, 1995, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 108, 1-2, p. 79-87

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  51. 1994
  52. Cleaning of ultrafiltration membranes after treatment of oily waste water

    J Lindau & Ann-Sofi Jönsson, 1994, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 87, 1-2, p. 71-78

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  53. 1993
  54. 1992
  55. Contact angles of ultrafiltration membranes and their possible correlation to membrane performance

    Vassilis Gekas, Kenneth M Persson, Marie Wahlgren & Björn Sivik, 1992, In : Journal of Membrane Science. 72, 3, p. 293-302 10 p.

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  56. 1991