Full Name
DENG SHUBO
Variants
Deng, S.
Deng, S.B.
 
 
 
Email
CHEDENGS@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
11-Dec-2004Adsorption and desorption of humic acid on aminated polyacrylonitrile fibersDeng, S. ; Bai, R. 
215-Dec-2003Aminated Polyacrylonitrile Fibers for Humic Acid Adsorption: Behaviors and MechanismsDeng, S. ; Bai, R.B. 
310-Jun-2003Aminated polyacrylonitrile fibers for lead and copper removalDeng, S. ; Bai, R. ; Chen, J.P. 
415-Apr-2003Behaviors and mechanisms of copper adsorption on hydrolyzed polyacrylonitrile fibersDeng, S. ; Bai, R. ; Chen, J.P. 
5Jan-2003Characteristics of a bioflocculant produced by Bacillus mucilaginosus and its use in starch wastewater treatmentDeng, S.B. ; Bai, R.B. ; Hu, X.M.; Luo, Q.
6May-2005Characterization of PEI-modified biomass and biosorption of Cu(II), Pb(II) and Ni(II)Deng, S. ; Ting, Y.-P. 
720-Jan-2005Destabilization of oil droplets in produced water from ASP floodingDeng, S. ; Yu, G.; Jiang, Z.; Zhang, R.; Ting, Y.P. 
83-Dec-2002Effects of alkaline/surfactant/polymer on stability of oil droplets in produced water from ASP floodingDeng, S. ; Bai, R. ; Chen, J.Paul ; Yu, G.; Jiang, Z.; Zhou, F.
921-Jun-2005Fungal biomass with grafted poly(acrylic acid) for enhancement of Cu(II) and Cd(II) biosorptionDeng, S. ; Ting, Y.P. 
101-Jun-2020Potential of combined advanced oxidation - biological process for cost-effective organic matters removal in reverse osmosis concentrate produced from industrial wastewater reclamation: Screening of AOP pre-treatment technologiesCAI QINQING ; Wu, M.Y.; Li, R.; Deng, S.H ; Lee, B.C.Y.; Ong, S.L. ; Hu, J.Y. 
111-Dec-2002Produced water from polymer flooding process in crude oil extraction: Characterization and treatment by a novel crossflow oil-water separatorDeng, S. ; Bai, R. ; Chen, J.P. ; Jiang, Z.; Yu, G.; Zhou, F.; Chen, Z.
12Sep-2005Production of a bioflocculant by Aspergillus parasiticus and its application in dye removalDeng, S. ; Yu, G.; Ting, Y.P. 
13May-2004Removal of trivalent and hexavalent chromium with aminated polyacrylonitrile fibers: Performance and mechanismsDeng, S. ; Bai, R. 
14May-2004Removal of trivalent and hexavalent chromium with aminated polyacrylonitrile fibers: Performance and mechanismsDeng, S. ; Bai, R.