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Characterization of a ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in different operational states after its use in a heavy-metal ion removal process / J Llanos; P.M Williams; S Cheng; D Rogers; C Wright; Á Pérez; P Cañizares; Christopher Wright; Paul Williams

Water Research, Volume: 44, Issue: 11, Pages: 3522 - 3530

Swansea University Authors: Christopher, Wright, Paul, Williams

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ISSN: 0043-1354
Published: 2010
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title Characterization of a ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in different operational states after its use in a heavy-metal ion removal process
spellingShingle Characterization of a ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in different operational states after its use in a heavy-metal ion removal process
Christopher, Wright
Paul, Williams
title_short Characterization of a ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in different operational states after its use in a heavy-metal ion removal process
title_full Characterization of a ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in different operational states after its use in a heavy-metal ion removal process
title_fullStr Characterization of a ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in different operational states after its use in a heavy-metal ion removal process
title_full_unstemmed Characterization of a ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in different operational states after its use in a heavy-metal ion removal process
title_sort Characterization of a ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in different operational states after its use in a heavy-metal ion removal process
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