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Oxidative Degradation of Polyamide Reverse Osmosis Membranes

University of New South Wales
Dr Alice Antony (Owned by, Associated with) Dr Shane Cox (Associated with) Associate Professor Gregory Leslie (Associated with)
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The collection was obtained from a range of experiments investigating the influence of free chlorine on polyamide reverse osmosis membranes under accelerated ageing conditions. Sodium Hypochlorite was used as a source of free chlorine and ATR-FTIR has been used to characterize the changes in membrane surface chemistry

Data time period: 05 2009 , 05 2008

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