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Sterilization Effect of the Ion-exchanger Filter Using by Radiation Graft Polymerization
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  • Journal title : Korean Chemical Engineering Research
  • Volume 52, Issue 3,  2014, pp.378-381
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • DOI : 10.9713/kcer.2014.52.3.378
 Title & Authors
Sterilization Effect of the Ion-exchanger Filter Using by Radiation Graft Polymerization
Kim, Ye-Jin; Hong, Yong-Cheol; Kim, Min;
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 Abstract
We studied the pasteurization effect of the microorganism involved in the water, using ion-exchanging filter made of the Radiation Induced Grafted Polymerization. This ion-exchanging filter is made by the graft polymerization of GMA, after irradiation of electron beam to the non-woven filter. Then, we made the ion-exchanging filter (EtA, DEA, SS) applying ion-exchanging base to the GMA filter. As a result, the density of the ion-exchanging base is shown as 2.38 mol/kg in case of EtA, 1.79 mol/kg in case of DEA and 0.75 mol/kg in case of SS. Through this filter made by this method, we measured the pasteurization power of E. coli. We found very high elimination rate such as log 4.65 in case of SS-dial filter, which is higher as 3.00 times in comparison with EtA, and 1.10 times in comparison with DEA. This data show the result is very excellent comparing with 3,000 CFU/ml. of city water treatment basis.
 Keywords
Radiation Induced Grafted Polymerization;Sterilization;Ion-exchanging Filter;
 Language
Korean
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