The optimization of polyelectrolyte multilayer membranes to remove micro-pollutants from water. Many small polluting molecules such as hormones, pesticides and medicines are not removed during water treatment and end up in surface water or even drinking water. Goal of this research project is achieving removal of such molecules in an economically viable fashion.
te Brinke, E. (2017). FtsZ bundling and dynamics in cell-like environments Ipskamp Printing
De Graaf, R. M., Krosse, S., Swolfs, A. E. M., Te Brinke, E. T., Prill, N. T., Leimu, R., ... Van Dam, N. M. (2015). Isolation and identification of 4-α-rhamnosyloxy benzyl glucosinolate in Noccaea caerulescens showing intraspecific variation. Phytochemistry, 110, 166-171. DOI: 10.1016/j.phytochem.2014.11.016
Groen, J., Foschepoth, D., Te Brinke, E., Boersma, A. J., Imamura, H., Rivas, G., ... Huck, W. T. S. (2015). Associative interactions in crowded solutions of biopolymers counteract depletion effects. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 137(40), 13041-13048. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.5b07898
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