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Open Physics: Advanced physics in membrane transport and technology

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Akon Higuchi, Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan
Masakazu Yoshikawa, Kyoto Inst. Tech, Kyoto, Japan



Separation and purification through synthetic membranes is widely used in industry. Transport or rejection of gas, inorganic or organic molecules through membranes has been theoretically and empirically understood. In this special issue of Open Physics, we would like to find current status of transport phenomena in synthetic membranes from physical aspect of the views. We are now open for the submission of special issue of “Advanced physics in membrane transport and technology” in Open Physics. Any original research, review, and comment are welcome, which are studied from physical aspect of membrane transport and technology. We especially encourage membrane scientists studying membrane transport, membrane formation, and membrane modeling or simulation to contribute to the present special issue. Topics of interest are not limited to a couple of fields mentioned above and open to any aspects of synthetic membranes from membrane morphology to transport phenomena.



The authors are kindly invited to register at our paper processing system at Editorial Manager and submit their contribution (as category section “Special Issue on Advanced physics in membrane transport and technology” using a special track established for this topical issue: http://www.editorialmanager.com/openphys 

All papers will go through the Open Physics’ high standards, quick, fair and comprehensive peer-review procedure. Instructions for authors are available here.

In case of any questions please contact Coordinating Editor or Managing Editor.