Can Nanoparticles penetrate UPW polishing resins? Nanoscale particle interactions by high resolution imaging of single resin beads

Date Published 2020 | Conference material

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This presentation was given at the Ultrapure Micro 2020 annual conference. It was presented in the Ultrapure Water Production track, as part of the UPW Process Optimization session.

Organizations: Ovivo
Authors: Eva Mayrose, Gisela Guthausen,
Tags: UPW PolishingNanoparticlesMetrology and Analytical TechnologyIon Exchange

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