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- Investigation of the permeability and selectivity of gases and volatile organic compounds for polydimethylsiloxane membranes
- Dimethyl sulfide removal from synthetic waste gas using a flat poly(dimethylsiloxane)-coated composite membrane bioreactor
- Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry as a tool for estimating odour concentrations of biofilter effluents at aerobic composting and rendering plants.
- Application of vapour phase calibration method for determination of sorption of gases and VOC in polydimethylsiloxane membranes.
- Removal of dimethyl sulfide from waste air in a membrane bioreactor.
- Partitioning of volatile compounds between air and silicone polymer.
- Adhesion of bacteria to silicone membranes.
- Transport properties in a membrane bioreactor: permeability and sorption of VOCs in silicone polymers
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