Publications

The Elimelech Group seeks to consistently publish high quality work in a well-organized and clear fashion. For Meny’s suggestions on writing effective papers, see his presentation given in a workshop at the AEESP Research & Education Conference at Yale University in June 2015 (updated April 2017).

2018

Shi, W., Zhou, X., Li, J., Meshot, E.R., Taylor, A.D., Hu, S., Kim, J.-H., Elimelech, M., & Plata, D.L.
High-Performance Capacitive Deionization via Manganese Oxide-Coated, Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes
Weng, G.-M., Li, M., Alhabeb, M., Karpovich, C., Wang, H., Lipton, J., Maleski, K., Kong, J., Shaulsky, E., Elimelech, M., Gogotsi, Y., & Taylor, A.D.
Layer‐by‐Layer Assembly of Cross‐Functional Semi‐transparent MXene‐Carbon Nanotubes Composite Films for Next‐Generation Electromagnetic Interference Shielding
Cheng, W., Liu, C., Tong, T., Epsztein, R., Sun, M., Verduzco, R., Ma, J., & Elimelech, M.
Selective removal of divalent cations by polyelectrolyte multilayer nanofiltration membrane: Role of polyelectrolyte charge, ion size, and ionic strength
Alvarez, P.J.J., Chan, C.K., Elimelech, M., Halas, N.J., & Villagrán, D.
Emerging opportunities for nanotechnology to enhance water security
Lu, X., Feng, X., Zhang, X., Chukwu, M.N., Osuji, C.O., & Elimelech, M.
Fabrication of a Desalination Membrane with Enhanced Microbial Resistance through Vertical Alignment of Graphene Oxide
Werber, J.R., Porter, C.J., & Elimelech, M.
A Path to Ultra-Selectivity: Support Layer Properties to Maximize Performance of Biomimetic Desalination Membranes
Sun, M., Zucker, I., Davenport, D.M., Zhou, X., Qu, J., & Elimelech, M.
Reactive, Self-cleaning Ultrafiltration Membrane Functionalized with Iron Oxychloride (FeOCl) Nanocatalysts
Ren, S., Boo, C., Guo, N., Wang, S.-G., Elimelech, M., & Wang, Y.
Photocatalytic Reactive Ultrafiltration Membrane for Removal of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria and Antibiotic Resistance Genes from Wastewater Effluent
Quay, A., Tong, T., Hashmi, S.M., Zhou, Y., Zhao, S., & Elimelech, M.
Combined Organic Fouling and Inorganic Scaling in Reverse Osmosis: Role of Protein-Silica Interactions
Lee, J., Straub, A.P., & Elimelech, M.
Vapor-gap membranes for highly selective osmotically driven desalination
Werber, J.R. & Elimelech, M.
Permselectivity limits of biomimetic desalination membranes
Davenport, D.M., Deshmukh, A., Werber, J.R., & Elimelech, M.
High Pressure Reverse Osmosis for Energy-Efficient Hypersaline Brine Desalination: Current Status, Design Considerations, and Research Needs
Boo, C., Wang, Y., Zucker, I., Choo, Y., Osuji, C.O., & Elimelech, M.
High Performance Nanofiltration Membrane for Effective Removal of Perfluoroalkyl Substances at High Water Recovery
Mauter, M.S., Zucker, I., Perreault, F., Werber, J.R., Kim, J.-H., & Elimelech, M.
The role of nanotechnology in tackling global water challenges
Deshmukh, A., Boo, C., Karanikola, V., Lin, S., Straub, A.P., Tong, T., Warsinger, D.M., & Elimelech, M.
Membrane Distillation at the Water-Energy Nexus: Limits, Opportunities, and Challenges
Epsztein, R., Shaulsky, E., Dizge, N., Warsinger, D.M., & Elimelech, M.
Role of Ionic Charge Density in Donnan Exclusion of Monovalent Anions by Nanofiltration
Li, M., Karanikola, V., Zhang, X., Wang, L., & Elimelech, M.
A Self-Standing, Support-Free Membrane for Forward Osmosis with No Internal Concentration Polarization
Dizge, N., Epsztein, R., Cheng, W., Porter, C.J., & Elimelech, M.
Biocatalytic and salt selective multilayer polyelectrolyte nanofiltration membrane
Engel, M., Hadar, Y., Belkin, S., Lu, X., Elimelech, M., & Chefetz, B.
Bacterial inactivation by a carbon nanotube–iron oxide nanocomposite: a mechanistic study using E. coli mutants
Sun, M., Davenport, D., Liu, H., Qu, J., Elimelech, M., & Li, J.
Highly efficient and sustainable non-precious-metal Fe–N–C electrocatalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction