Withita Cha-umpong
Withita Cha-umpong
PhD student, School of Chemical Engineering, UNSW, 2052, Sydney, Australia
Verified email at student.unsw.edu.au
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New molecular understanding of hydrated ion trapping mechanism during thermally-driven desalination by pervaporation using GO membrane
W Cha-Umpong, E Hosseini, A Razmjou, M Zakertabrizi, AH Korayem, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 598, 117687, 2020
552020
Effect of chemistry and geometry of GO nanochannels on the Li ion selectivity and recovery
A Razmjou, E Hosseini, W Cha-Umpong, AH Korayem, M Asadnia, ...
Desalination 496, 114729, 2020
232020
Effect of oscillating temperature and crystallization on graphene oxide composite pervaporation membrane for inland brine desalination
W Cha-Umpong, G Dong, A Razmjou, V Chen
Journal of Membrane Science 588, 117210, 2019
232019
Concentrating brine for lithium recovery using GO composite pervaporation membranes
W Cha-umpong, Q Li, A Razmjou, V Chen
Desalination 500, 114894, 2021
172021
Incorporation of natural lithium‐ion trappers into graphene oxide nanosheets
H Ahmadi, E Hosseini, W Cha‐Umpong, M Abdollahzadeh, AH Korayem, ...
Advanced Materials Technologies 6 (10), 2000665, 2021
142021
The potential of hollow fiber vacuum multi-effect membrane distillation for brine treatment
Q Li, A Omar, W Cha-Umpong, Q Liu, X Li, J Wen, Y Wang, A Razmjou, ...
Applied Energy 276, 115437, 2020
132020
Open-source industrial-scale module simulation: Paving the way towards the right configuration choice for membrane distillation
G Dong, W Cha-Umpong, J Hou, C Ji, V Chen
Desalination 464, 48-62, 2019
92019
Modification of GO-based pervaporation membranes to improve stability in oscillating temperature operation
W Cha-umpong, M Mayyas, A Razmjou, V Chen
Desalination 516, 115215, 2021
2021
Membrane distillation, pevaporation, and ion selective membranes for desalination and resource recovery
W Cha-umpong, A Razmjou, G Dong, V Chen
Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 258, 2019
2019
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