ROMEOVILLE – The research group of Dr. Jason Keleher at Lewis University is entering its ninth year of collaboration with Pall Corporation, a global manufacturer of advanced filtration, purification and separation systems.
The work provides key information with respect to filter media performance that will closely mimic the real-world customer applications, which can aid in the development of next generation filtration systems.
The most recent work by Lewis University undergraduates Cynthia Saucedo, Maria Salinas, Katie Wortman-Otto and research mentor Dr. Jason Keleher, associate professor and chairman of chemistry, titled “Exploring Non-Covalent Interactions at the Slurry/Filtration Media Interface Relevant to CMP Filtration Applications,” was accepted and presented at the International Conference on Planarization held Oct. 11 to Oct. 13 in Leuven, Belgium.
More specifically the team has developed a suite of in-situ analytical techniques that can track subtle changes at the media/chemistry interface to provide mechanistic information about key interaction pathways.
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