Yihe Sui

Yihe Sui
University of Adelaide · Faculty of Sciences


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White wine protein stability is my primary research interests. Using membrane filtration technologies in white wine treatment help mitigating the problems. Understanding the application of membrane filtration especially ultrafiltration is essential for their use in wine industry.
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Ultrafiltration (UF) was performed on six white and rosé wines, at commercial scale (5,400 – 71,000 L), to remove phenolic compounds associated with astringency. Dynamic UF parameters (permeate flux, transmembrane pressure, temperature) were monitored during filtration, and wine composition compared before and after treatment. Over 90% wine permeat...
Background and Aims Precipitation of unstable proteins present in white wine after bottling can cause cloudiness, which is generally considered commercially unacceptable. Winemakers therefore use bentonite to remove protein prior to bottling, however, this can result in losses of wine volume and/or sensory quality. As such, there is interest in alt...
In this study, waste materials of abrasive papers were investigated as hydrophobic absorption surfaces for removing oils from water. The surface structure/morphology and hydrophobicity of abrasive papers were investigated by X-ray diffraction/scanning electron microscope and contact angle measurements using a goniometer. The abrasive papers show bo...
In the current investigation, we report a facile preparation of a series of novel g-C3N4/BiOClxBr1-x, hybrid photocatalysts and their enhanced photoactivity under visible light irradiation. The physicochemical and optical absorption of as-prepared g-C3N4/BiOClxBr1-x were characterized by means of X-ray diffraction (XRD), filed-emission scanning ele...


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