Ultrafiltration refers to a type of membrane filtration in which a liquid passes through a semipermeable membrane with a very fine pore structure to remove very small particles. The pore sizes of ultrafiltration membranes range from 0.01 to 0.001 microns. This is small enough to remove many kinds of bacteria, viruses, and high molecular weight molecules, such as proteins
Discuss membrane filtration overview. Describe the major components of ultrafiltration. Describe the theory of operation for ultrafiltration processes. Describe ultrafiltration
"I: Membrane Filtration Overview
II: Major Components
III: Theory of Operation
IV: Advantages and Disadvantages"
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