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Fouling of an ultrafiltration membrane by a dissolved whey protein concentrate and some whey proteins






Journal of Membrane Science 36: 147-160

Fouling of an ultrafiltration membrane by a dissolved whey protein concentrate and some whey proteins

The influence of adsorption on the pure water flux through a polysulphone membrane was determined using whey protein concentrate (LACPRODAN 80), beta -lactoglobulin and alpha -lactalbumin as solutes.

Accession: 001599204

DOI: 10.1016/0376-7388(88)80013-9

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