Jouke E. Dykstra
Jouke E. Dykstra
Assistant Professor, Wageningen University, Environmental Technology
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Enhanced charge efficiency and reduced energy use in capacitive deionization by increasing the discharge voltage
T Kim, JE Dykstra, S Porada, A van der Wal, J Yoon, PM Biesheuvel
Journal of colloid and interface science 446, 317-326, 2015
1792015
Resistance identification and rational process design in Capacitive Deionization
JE Dykstra, R Zhao, PM Biesheuvel, A van der Wal
Water Research 88, 358-370, 2016
1392016
Theory of pH changes in water desalination by capacitive deionization
JE Dykstra, KJ Keesman, PM Biesheuvel, A van der Wal
Water Research 119, 178-186, 2017
1182017
Fluidized bed electrodes with high carbon loading for water desalination by capacitive deionization
GJ Doornbusch, JE Dykstra, PM Biesheuvel, ME Suss
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 4 (10), 3642-3647, 2016
1132016
Energy efficiency of capacitive deionization
L Wang, JE Dykstra, S Lin
Environmental science & technology 53 (7), 3366-3378, 2019
872019
Energy consumption in capacitive deionization–Constant current versus constant voltage operation
JE Dykstra, S Porada, A van der Wal, PM Biesheuvel
Water Research, 2018
592018
Theory of ion transport with fast acid-base equilibrations in bioelectrochemical systems
JE Dykstra, PM Biesheuvel, H Bruning, A Ter Heijne
Physical Review E 90 (1), 013302, 2014
522014
On-line method to study dynamics of ion adsorption from mixtures of salts in capacitive deionization
JE Dykstra, J Dijkstra, A van der Wal, HVM Hamelers, S Porada
Desalination 390, 47-52, 2016
442016
Diffusion of hydrophilic organic micropollutants in granular activated carbon with different pore sizes
L Piai, JE Dykstra, MG Adishakti, M Blokland, AAM Langenhoff, ...
Water research 162, 518-527, 2019
402019
Exceptional Water Desalination Performance with Anion‐Selective Electrodes
AC Arulrajan, DL Ramasamy, M Sillanpää, A van der Wal, PM Biesheuvel, ...
Advanced Materials 31 (10), 1806937, 2019
392019
Capacitive deionization with wire-shaped electrodes
TM Mubita, S Porada, PM Biesheuvel, A van der Wal, JE Dykstra
Electrochimica Acta 270, 165-173, 2018
292018
Energy from CO 2 using capacitive electrodes–A model for energy extraction cycles
JM Paz-Garcia, JE Dykstra, PM Biesheuvel, HVM Hamelers
Journal of colloid and interface science 442, 103-109, 2015
292015
Selective adsorption of nitrate over chloride in microporous carbons
TM Mubita, JE Dykstra, PM Biesheuvel, A van der Wal, S Porada
Water Research 164, 114885, 2019
282019
Energy consumption in membrane capacitive deionization and comparison with reverse osmosis
S Porada, L Zhang, JE Dykstra
Desalination 488, 114383, 2020
212020
The difference between Faradaic and non-Faradaic electrode processes
PM Biesheuvel, S Porada, JE Dykstra
arXiv preprint arXiv:1809.02930, 2018
202018
Role of ion exchange membranes and capacitive electrodes in membrane capacitive deionization (MCDI) for CO2 capture
L Legrand, Q Shu, M Tedesco, JE Dykstra, HVM Hamelers
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 564, 478-490, 2020
132020
Theory of Ion and Electron Transport Coupled with Biochemical Conversions in an Electroactive Biofilm
ACL de Lichtervelde, A ter Heijne, HVM Hamelers, PM Biesheuvel, ...
Physical Review Applied 12 (1), 014018, 2019
112019
Modification of Cation-Exchange Membranes with Polyelectrolyte Multilayers to Tune Ion Selectivity in Capacitive Deionization
S Sahin, JE Dykstra, H Zuilhof, RL Zornitta, LCPM de Smet
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 12 (31), 34746-34754, 2020
102020
Physics of Electrochemical Processes
PM Biesheuvel, JE Dykstra
https://www.physicsofelectrochemicalprocesses.com (ISBN:9789090332581), 2020
92020
Water supply network model for sustainable industrial resource use a case study of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen in the Netherlands
J Willet, J King, K Wetser, JE Dykstra, GHPO Essink, HHM Rijnaarts
Water Resources and Industry 24, 100131, 2020
62020
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