Biorepellent Organic Coatings for Improved Microsieve Filtration

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Abstract

Microsieves are a new type of Si-based membranes, which are coated with a SixN4 top layer. Although SixN4 is known to be relatively inert, surface contamination (fouling through e.g. protein adsorption) is critical for application in microfiltration. As a result, surface modification is needed to prevent or minimize these interactions. Functional coatings can be formed on the SixN4 surfaces via several grafting methods which are presented here. Some stable modifications allow the covalent grafting of biorepelling oligomers and polymers whose effect on protein adsorption is shown
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment
EditorsA Mueller, B Guieysse, A Sarkar
Place of PublicationWashington
Pages151-163
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Publication series

NameACS Symposium Series
PublisherAmerican Chemical Society
Number1022

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Organic coatings
Adsorption
Microfiltration
Fouling
Oligomers
Surface treatment
Polymers
Proteins
Contamination
Membranes
Coatings

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Rosso, M., Schroën, C. G. P. H., & Zuilhof, H. (2009). Biorepellent Organic Coatings for Improved Microsieve Filtration. In A. Mueller, B. Guieysse, & A. Sarkar (Eds.), New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment (pp. 151-163). (ACS Symposium Series; No. 1022). Washington. https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2009-1022.ch010
Rosso, M. ; Schroën, C.G.P.H. ; Zuilhof, H. / Biorepellent Organic Coatings for Improved Microsieve Filtration. New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment. editor / A Mueller ; B Guieysse ; A Sarkar. Washington, 2009. pp. 151-163 (ACS Symposium Series; 1022).
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Rosso, M, Schroën, CGPH & Zuilhof, H 2009, Biorepellent Organic Coatings for Improved Microsieve Filtration. in A Mueller, B Guieysse & A Sarkar (eds), New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment. ACS Symposium Series, no. 1022, Washington, pp. 151-163. https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2009-1022.ch010

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New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment. ed. / A Mueller; B Guieysse; A Sarkar. Washington, 2009. p. 151-163 (ACS Symposium Series; No. 1022).

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Rosso M, Schroën CGPH, Zuilhof H. Biorepellent Organic Coatings for Improved Microsieve Filtration. In Mueller A, Guieysse B, Sarkar A, editors, New Membranes and Advanced Materials for Wastewater Treatment. Washington. 2009. p. 151-163. (ACS Symposium Series; 1022). https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2009-1022.ch010