Ion and Water Transport in Polymer Membranes for Water Purification: Structure-Property Relations

Benny D.  Freeman

Benny D. Freeman

Professor of Chemical Engineering

University of Texas at Austin

Benny Freeman is the Kenneth A. Kobe and Paul D. and Betty Robertson Meek & American Petrofina Foundation Centennial Professor of Chemical Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. He has been a faculty member for more than 20 years. Dr. Freeman?s research is in polymer science and engineering and, more specifically, in mass transport of small molecules in solid polymers. His research group focuses on include structure/property correlation development for desalination and vapor separation membrane materials, new materials for hydrogen separation and natural gas purification, nanocomposite membranes, reactive barrier packaging materials, and new materials for improving fouling resistance and permeation performance in liquid separation membranes.

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