Rejection of minor ionic solutes in nanofiltration : influence of solution composition
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Nanofiltration (NF) is a membrane separation process used in water treatment for ion separations, taking advantage of different selectivities toward various ions, higher fluxes and lower energy requirements than in reverse osmosis (RO). In order to improve the quality of produced water or extend the options of concentrate revalorization, there is a need to understand and optimize the rejection of not only major components (eg. NaCI or MgSO4) but also of minor components, like ammonium, bromide, iodide, etc. from seawater, brines or brackish waters.
Euromembrane Conference 2012 [P3.036]
CitationPagès, N., Reig, M., Yaroshchuk, A., Gibert, O., Cortina, J. Rejection of minor ionic solutes in nanofiltration : influence of solution composition. "Procedia engineering", 2012, vol. 44, p. 1747-1748.