Chemical Engineering & Technology

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    Nanofiltration polymeric membranes are considered as a feasible and efficient way for the purification of biodiesel. Two lab-made solvent-resistant composite nanofiltration membranes were evaluated for optimum purification performance, achieving high retention of glycerol, total glycerides, and soap. The membranes exhibit a high stability even under harsh conditions.

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