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Polycarbonate (PC) membrane fouling by yeast, protein and sodium alginate

Deakin University
Professor Lingxue Kong (Aggregated by)
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©2011, Deakin University

Restricted to the research group in the Center for Material and Fibre Innovation at Deakin University until research papers based on the data are published. Enquiries should be addressed via email to Professor Lingxue Kong via email.

Contact Information

lingxue.kong@deakin.edu.au

Centre for Material & Fibre Innovation, Institute for Technology Research & Innovation, Deakin University, 75 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds, Victoria 3216 Australia

Brief description

15.2MB, 1 text file,110 images in a stack

Full description

This data collection contains 110 images of polycarbonate (PC) membranes fouling layer where three types of organic foulants including yeast, protein and sodium alginate present. This data collection would be useful to investigate membrane fouling mechanism by membrane materials researchers and water researchers.

Notes

The data was newly generated by a confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) instrument and associated computer. Guide available with the collection as notes.

Data time period: 03 2011 to 03 2011