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Functional Nanochannels to Control Ion Transportation with Monomolecule Selectivity
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Functional Nanochannels to Control Ion Transportation with Monomolecule Selectivity
Kim, Jeong Hwan; Lee, Eung-Sug; Whang, Kyung-Hyun; Yoo, Yeong-Eun; Yoon, Jae-Sung;
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Functional nanochannels were fabricated in order to control selective ion transportation with high permeability and low energy consumption. In this research, nanochannel platform fabrication process and surface functionalization process were developed. In addition, selective ion transportation and concentration measurement system was also set-up. By using fabricated multilayer metal membrane with electrical bias, 95% of ion () was blocked. This developed process is new-conceptional membrane fabrication technology and is expected to be applied to next-generation water purification/desalination, portable artifical kidney, and artificial sense organ.
Nano Structure;Functional Nano Channel;Artificial Ion Channel;Aquaporin;
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