We are excited to share the third first-author paper from Casey’s PhD, “Evaluating the Performance of Novel Cyclodextrin Polymer Granules to Remove Perfluoroalkyl Acids (PFAAs) from Water.”
In this work, we evaluated the performance of cyclodextrin polymers (CDPs) following processing to generate CDP granules of varying particle size. This work is an important step forward in understanding the performance of novel CDPs in a morphology that is compatible with many types of widely implemented adsorption processes. Congratulations, Casey!
Another great collaboration with the Dichtel lab at Northwestern!