Carbohydrate Polymers, ( ISI ), Volume (173), No (19), Year (2017-10) , Pages (497-507)

Title : ( Biodegradable blend membranes of poly (butylenesuccinate)/cellulose acetate/dextran: Preparation, characterization and performance )

Authors: Ali Hoseinzadeh Bahremand , Seyed Mahmoud Mousavi , Ali Ahmadpour , Mostafa Taherian ,

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The aim of this study is to prepare biodegradable blend membranes of poly (butylene succinate)(PBS)/cellulose acetate (CA)/dextran (DEX). The effect of DEX concentration as an additive on morphology,porosity, hydrophilicity, mechanical strength, biodegradability, antifouling properties, and performanceof dairy wastewater treatment of the membranes was investigated. Results demonstrated that largerpores were formed in the membrane structure and the porosity of the membranes was remarkablyincreased by adding DEX concentration. Moreover, contact angle was reduced up to 16% with the increasein the DEX concentration from 0 to 2 wt.%. The presence of a larger amount of DEX increased the mem-brane degradation. Furthermore, the results of filtration tests showed that the amounts of pure water fluxand permeate flux of wastewater was improved by 154% and 1543%, respectively, by increasing the addi-tive concentration to 2 wt.%. The PBS/CA/DEX membranes displayed a superior antifouling performancecompared to the PBS/CA membrane.

Keywords

Biodegradable membranePoly (butylene succinate)Cellulose acetateDextranHydrophilicityWastewater
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author = {Hoseinzadeh Bahremand, Ali and Mousavi, Seyed Mahmoud and Ahmadpour, Ali and Taherian, Mostafa},
title = {Biodegradable blend membranes of poly (butylenesuccinate)/cellulose acetate/dextran: Preparation, characterization and performance},
journal = {Carbohydrate Polymers},
year = {2017},
volume = {173},
number = {19},
month = {October},
issn = {0144-8617},
pages = {497--507},
numpages = {10},
keywords = {Biodegradable membranePoly (butylene succinate)Cellulose acetateDextranHydrophilicityWastewater treatment},
}

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%0 Journal Article
%T Biodegradable blend membranes of poly (butylenesuccinate)/cellulose acetate/dextran: Preparation, characterization and performance
%A Hoseinzadeh Bahremand, Ali
%A Mousavi, Seyed Mahmoud
%A Ahmadpour, Ali
%A Taherian, Mostafa
%J Carbohydrate Polymers
%@ 0144-8617
%D 2017

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