volume 39, issue 8, P1594-1600 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2004.12.039
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C. Causserand, P. Aimar, J.P. Cravedi, E. Singlande

Abstract: This study evaluates the performance of two nanofiltration membranes in removing a herbicide: dichloroaniline. The membranes, one polyamide and one cellulose acetate, have a cut-off in the range 150-300 g/mol (manufacturers' data). The experiments were carried out with solutions of dichloroaniline in demineralized water, with concentrations from 1 to 10 ppb. For each membrane, the amount of herbicide retained and adsorbed by the membrane was determined as a function of feed concentration and transmembrane pres…

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