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- Knutson, Barbara L., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Langmuir 2017 v.33 no.49 pp. 14156-14166
- biomimetics; catalysts; confocal microscopy; differential scanning calorimetry; environmental factors; evaporation; glucose; hydrolysates; lignocellulose; lipid bilayers; lipids; nanocomposites; pH; porous media; silica; solutes; support systems; temperature; thin film composite membranes
- ... Selectively permeable biological membranes containing lipophilic barriers inspire the design of biomimetic carrier-mediated membranes for aqueous solute separation. The recovery of glucose, which can reversibly bind to boronic acid (BA) carriers, is examined in lipid pore-filled silica thin-film composite membranes with accessible mesopores. The successful incorporation of lipids (1,2-dipalmitoyl- ...
- Knutson, Barbara L., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- ACS applied materials & interfaces 2017 v.9 no.37 pp. 32114-32125
- 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl; X-radiation; adsorbents; adsorption; antioxidant activity; citric acid; ethanol; ligands; nanoparticles; nitrogen; porous media; quercetin; rutin; silica; sorption isotherms; surface area; synthesis; titanium dioxide; transmission electron microscopy
- ... Exploiting specific interactions with titania (TiO₂) has been proposed for the separation and recovery of a broad range of biomolecules and natural products, including therapeutic polyphenolic flavonoids which are susceptible to degradation, such as quercetin. Functionalizing mesoporous silica with TiO₂ has many potential advantages over bulk and mesoporous TiO₂ as an adsorbent for natural product ...