Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof She Qianhong
Assistant Professor, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Journal Articles
(Not applicable to NIE
staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Liu, H.; She, Q., Influence of membrane structure-dependent water transport on conductivity-permselectivity trade-off and salt/water selectivity in electrodialysis: Implications for osmotic electrodialysis using porous ion exchange membranes. J. Membr. Sci. 2022, 650, 120398.

Peters, C. D.; Li, D.; Mo, Z.; Hankins, N. P.; She, Q., Exploring the Limitations of Osmotically Assisted Reverse Osmosis: Membrane Fouling and the Limiting Flux. Environmental Science & Technology 2022, 56, (10), 6678-6688.

Yuan, Z.; Liu, H.; Yong, W. F.; She, Q.; Esteban, J., Status and advances of deep eutectic solvents for metal separation and recovery. Green Chemistry 2022, 24, (5), 1895-1929.

Long, W.; She, Q., A multifunctional and low-energy electrochemical membrane system for chemical-free regulation of solution pH. Water Res. 2022, 216, 118330.

Mo, Z.; Peters, C. D.; Long, C.; Hankins, N. P.; She, Q., How split-feed osmotically assisted reverse osmosis (SF-OARO) can outperform conventional reverse osmosis (CRO) processes under constant and varying electricity tariffs. Desalination 2022, 530, 115670.

Bao, X.; Long, W.; Liu, H.; She, Q., Boron and salt ion transport in electrically assisted reverse osmosis. J. Membr. Sci. 2021, 637, 119639.

Peters, C. D.; Ng, D. Y. F.; Hankins, N. P.; She, Q., A novel method for the accurate characterization of transport and structural parameters of deformable membranes utilized in pressure- and osmotically driven membrane processes. J. Membr. Sci. 2021, 638, 119720.

Bao, X.; She, Q.; Long, W.; Wu, Q., Ammonium ultra-selective membranes for wastewater treatment and nutrient enrichment: Interplay of surface charge and hydrophilicity on fouling propensity and ammonium rejection. Water Res. 2021, 190, 116678.