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A Low Energy Alternative for Chemical Separations?

News   Jul 19, 2019 | Original story from Georgia Tech.

 
A Low Energy Alternative for Chemical Separations?

This image shows an elemental map collected with electron microscopy of a fractured cross-section of hybrid hollow fiber membrane with a radius of about 500 μm. Green dots signify locations of the metal oxide within the membrane. This image shows that metal oxide infuses throughout the entire membrane. Credit: Fengyi Zhang.

 
 
 

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