About the Project
Structure and testing of advanced polymeric materials that will apply to the catalysis of phenols found in industrial wastewaters will underline the importance of advanced materials engineering underscored by chemical engineering processes in terms of nanocatalytic membranes formation, optimisation and testing.
Applications are invited from graduates in chemical engineering, chemistry or a closely related subject holding a 2.1 (or equivalent) degree. Applicants should meet the university’s requirements for English language proficiency.
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Villegas, L., Mashhadi, N., Chen, M., Mukherjee, D., Taylor, K. and Biswas, N. 2016. A short review of techniques for phenol removal from wastewater. Current Pollution Reports, 2(3): 157-167
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