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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 165, Number 1, 17 January 2000

Fouling effects of polysaccharides and humic acid in nanofiltration
pp. 1-17(17)
Authors: Manttari, M.; Puro, L.; Nuortila-Jokinen, J.; Nystrom, M.

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Enhancing microfiltration through an inorganic tubular membrane by gas sparging
pp. 47-57(11)
Authors: Vera, L.; Villarroel, R.; delgado, S.; Elmaleh, S.

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The effect of structure on pervaporation of chitosan membrane
pp. 75-81(7)
Authors: Ge, J.; Cui, Y.; Yan, Y.; Jiang, W.

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Fouling of inorganic membranes by adsorption of whey proteins
pp. 83-88(6)
Authors: Caric, M.D.x.; Milanovic, S.D.; Krstic, D.M.; Tekic, M.N.

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Kinetic analysis of the vacuum membrane distillation of chloroform from aqueous solutions
pp. 99-110(12)
Authors: Urtiaga, A.M.; Ruiz, G.; Ortiz, I.

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Concentration of ferric hydroxide suspensions in saline medium by dynamic cross-flow filtration
pp. 111-123(13)
Authors: Bouzerar, R.; Jaffrin, M.Y.; Lefevre, A.; Paullier, P.

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XPS characterization of poly(methylhydrosiloxane)-modified cellulose diacetate membranes
pp. 125-133(9)
Authors: Ferjani, E.; Mejdoub, M.; Roudesli, M.S.; Chehimi, M.M.; Picard, D.; delamar, M.

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