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Inorganic membranes for separation and reaction

by H. P. Hsieh

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Membranes (Technology)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementH.P. Hsieh.
    SeriesMembrane science and technology series ;, 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP159.M4 H75 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 591 p. :
    Number of Pages591
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL971558M
    ISBN 100444816771
    LC Control Number96008357

    Inorganic membrane science and technology is a new field of membrane separation technology which until recently was dominated by the earlier field of polymer membranes. Currently the subject is undergoing rapid development and present book describes the fundamental principles of both synthesis of inorganic membranes and membrane supports and also the associated 5/5(2). Amsterdam:Elsevier, c. ISBN V.3 V.3 This book is, therefore, written to provide in one place the essential data and background materials on various aspects of inorganic membranes with a major coverage on inorganic membrane reactors. It is intended for the following.

    After a literature review focusing on the use of membranes for hydrogen separation in the WGS reaction, the next section discusses the mathematical modeling of a WGS membrane . With the recent advent of commercial ceramic membranes, inorganic membranes are receiving much attention as unique separators and reactors due to their excellent thermal and chemical stabilities. This volume provides an extensive and integrated su.

    Isotope Separation, Membrane for. Among the H-bonds formed between the different components of the reaction mixture, that one formed by the amino group of 4,4′-methylendianiline with the. Dense inorganic membranes 17 Fabrication methods of inorganic membranes 19 Porous inorganic membranes 19 Phase inversion 19 Anodic oxidation 20 Sol gel 20 Pyrolysis 20 Phase separation and leaching 21 Dense composite membranes 21 Magnetron sputtering technique


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Membrane Science and Technology Series, Volume 3. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for. Various methods are provided for making dense metal and solid electrolyte membranes, and porous inorganic membranes with tortuous and nearly straight pores.

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Research interest in inorganic membrane materials and processes has significantly increased in recent years due to novel, potentially low-cost energy and fuel production applications.

This book documents the recent progress in membrane science, especially in advanced materials and novel reaction. Membrane and Membrane Separation 1 Membrane Structure 2 Membrane Separation 4 Membrane Performance 6 Inorganic Membranes 7 Types of Inorganic Membranes 7 Fabrication of Inorganic Membranes 11 Characterization of Inorganic Membranes 13 Applications of Inorganic Membranes 13 Inorganic Membrane.

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Hydrogen, one of the most promising energy carriers for the future, is currently produced mainly by natural gas reforming or coal gasification, where mixtures containing H 2, CO 2 and contaminants like CO, H 2 S and CH 4 are obtained. Among other methods, membrane technology has received special attention due to its potential efficiency for hydrogen separation, simplicity of Cited by: Separation and Purification Technology is a journal dedicated to the dissemination of novel methods for separation and purification in chemical and environmental engineering for homogeneous solutions and heterogeneous includes any separation and/or purification of liquids, vapors and gases, with the exception of methods intended for analytical purposes.

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Functionalized Membranes for Sorption, Separation and Reaction: An OverviewFile Size: 27KB.[This is a very useful handbook on membrane separation processes, dealing with both fundamentals and applications.] Hsieh H.P. (). Inorganic Membranes for Separation and Reaction, pp.

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ed. ().File Size: KB.Membranes, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Organic–inorganic membranes have been highlighted as versatile methods for combining characteristics of both organic and inorganic membranes and may contribute to solving some of the separation problems associated with each of them.