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Electrically Driven Membrane Processes

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Electrically Driven Membrane Processes
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN/ASIN: 8776812154
Number of pages: 52

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Electrically driven membrane processes will be introduced in this book. Important terms such as critical current density, desalination degree, and current efficiency will be described through illustrations and a large amount of examples. Thus, you will be familiar with the basic principles and theory within this important field on a bachelor or master of science level.

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