By Peng Wang, Hans-Jorg Schneider, Mohsen Shahinpoor, Xianmao Lu, Jian Jin, To Ngai, Hongbo Zeng, Nicole Zacharia, Doris Vollmer
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9. The copolymer consisted of 15 wt% PSSS, which could dissociate in water and provided a high osmotic pressure. e. 9). After ligand exchange, the sizes of the nanoparticles slightly increased. A water flux as high as 15 LMH in PRO mode using DI water as the feed solution could be achieved with MNP5-15SN. MNP9-15SN produced a lower water flux at about 10 LMH due to the smaller available surface area. 1 Light-Responsive Magnetic Nanoparticles For thermo-responsive magnetic nanoparticles, heat is applied as an external stimulus.
Smart materials for advanced environmental applications by Peng Wang, Hans-Jorg Schneider, Mohsen Shahinpoor, Xianmao Lu, Jian Jin, To Ngai, Hongbo Zeng, Nicole Zacharia, Doris Vollmer