Functionalized Cellulose Nanocrystal Nanocomposite Membranes with Controlled Interfacial Transport for Improved Reverse Osmosis Performance – Nanomaterials, January 2019

In January of this year, I became a published scientific author for the first time. The project spanned a little over two years, and I was fortunate to collaborate with E. Johan Foster, Keith Hendren, and Jacob Haag to bring the work to fruition.

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Our work has been published in the MDPI open-access journal Nanomaterials, which means that no matter who you are, you can read the study without worrying about a paywall! The journal article page may be accessed here.

In summary, the study involved modification of existing membrane designs for use in brackish water desalination. The introduction of the publication provides background and context for the study if you’d like to learn more. The results showed promise, prompting further study in this research area, which I am presently working on.

I hope you’ll enjoy reading the results of my graduate work, and please let me know if you have any questions.

If you’d like to download a PDF copy of the study, you may do so here:

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