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Set-up of the vanadium redox flow battery

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a) Tortuous path of a small, fluorescent tracer particle. The image is a stack from 600 individual microscope images. The total travel time for the observed particle is 12.52 s.
b) Tracked path of the fluorescent tracer particle with regions of short range order I, II and III. Speed color coded path through the partly crystalline bed.

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Ion exchange membrane coated with a confluent monolayer of microgels inducing monovalent ion selectivity.

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Supramolecular nanofibers formed within a textile carrier.

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Pepsin membrane formation. The pepsin membrane is positioned atop a porous PAN support, which is represented by the white area. The pepsin membrane consists of pepsin molecules that are randomly cross-linked by trimesoyl chloride, forming amide bridges between the pepsin molecules. The pepsin layer simultaneously acts as the enzymatic surface
and the membrane sieve.

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a) Typical trilayer ion
exchange membrane
process for desalination
b) Weak electrolyte
profiles in a water-
splitting regime

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The figures show a microfluidic gas–liquid-contacting membrane device. The device combines a membrane with a staggered herring bone static mixer, which enables increased mass transport and reduced pressure loss for application in miniaturized extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.

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Principle of the novel water desalination process

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Dr. Karin Peter

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Dr. Dan Eugen Demco

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