Membrane Engineering Laboratory (CHNG5604)


Students will explore experimentally the theoretical concepts learned in the other modules of the MES course in Biophysical Processes. They will gain practical insights into electrodiffusion and other mass transport processes through membranes. Students will understand the construction and functional properties of synthetic separation membranes. Students will explore experimentally the various factors affecting the performance of synthetic separation membranes.

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2 hours of lectures or tutorials per week. 4 hours of laboratory sessions per week.


Through semester assessment (100%)

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Assumed knowledge: CHNG5601

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