Hardbound, 689 Pages
Published: November 1996
The book provides an excellent, very comprehensive coverage of fabrication, characterization, transport theory, and applications of porous and dense ceramic (metal oxide) membranes.
Journal of the American Chemical Society
- Preface. List of contributors. 1. General Overview, Trends and Prospects (A.J. Burggraaf, L. Cot). 2. Important Characteristics of Inorganic Membranes (A.J. Burggraaf). 3. Adsorption Phenomena in Membrane Systems (Y.H. Ma). 4. Methods for the Characterisation of Porous Structure in Membrane Materials (A. Julbe, J.D.F. Ramsay). 5. Ceramic Processing Techniques of Support Systems for Membranes Synthesis (A. Larbot). 6. Preparation of Asymmetric Ceramic Membrane Supports by Dip-coating (B.C. Bonekamp). 7. Sol-Gel Chemistry and its Application to Porous Membrane Processing (C. Guizard). 8. Fundamentals of Membrane Top-Layer Synthesis and Processing (A.J. Burggraaf). 9. Transport and Separation Properties of Membranes with Gases and Vapours (A.J. Burggraaf). 10. Dense Ceramic Membranes for Oxygen Separation (H.J.M. Bouwmeester, A.J. Burggraaf). 11. Current Developments and Future Research in Catalytic Membrane Reactors (J. Sanchez, T.T. Tsotsis). 12. Transport and Fouling Phenomena in Liquid Phase Separation with Inorganic and Hybrid Membranes (C. Guizard, G. Rios). 13. Applications of Ceramic Membranes in Liquid Filtration (C.A.M. Siskens). 14. Feasibility of the Application of Porous Inorganic Gas Separation Membranes in some Large-Scale Chemical Processes (H.M. van Veen, M. Bracht, E. Hamoen, P.T. Alderliesten). Subject Index.