Impact of H2O2 Concentration in UPW on (Ultra) Filters Performance

Date Published 2023 | Conference material

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Requirements for UPW quality are still moving towards lower particle counts in smaller dimensions, but also in terms of molecular components – specifically organic substances – are in focus.

Authors: Jochen Ruth, Philippe Rychen, Gerd Heser,
Tags: Total Organic Carbon (TOC)Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)Ultrafiltration

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