Recent Advances in Gas Separation by Microporous Ceramic MembranesEdited by
- N.K. Kanellopoulos
For scientists and researchers interested in the field of membrane technologies, as well as those interested in the applications of these technologies.
Membrane Science and Technology
Hardbound, 524 Pages
Published: September 2000
- Preface. Fundamentals and Sorption of Micropores. Membrane characterization by combination of static and dynamic techniques (Th.A. Steriotis et al.). In situ X-ray diffract ion studies on micropore filling (T. Iiyama et al.). Neutron and ion beam scattering techniques (J.D.F. Ramsay). Application of pulsed field gradient NMR to characterize the transport properties of microporous membranes (W. Heink et al.). Diffusion studies using quasi-elastic neutron scattering (H. Jobic). Frequency response methods for the characterization of microporous solids (L.V.C. Rees, L. Song). Measurement of diffusion in porous solids by Zero Length Column (ZLC) methods (D.M. Ruthven, S. Brandani). Characterization of microporous materials by adsorption microcalorimetry (P. Lllewellyn). Modeling of Sorption and Diffusion in Microporous Membranes. Simulation of adsorption in micropores (D. Nicholson, T. Stubos). Molecular simulation of transport in a single micropore (D. Nicholson, K. Travis). Simulation of gas transport in a 'network of micropores'. The effect of pore structure on transport properties (E.S. Kikkinides et al.). Recent Advances in Microporous Membrane Preparation. Microporous carbon membranes (S. Morooka et al.). Microporous silica membranes (N. Benes et al.). Zeolite membranes (J.D.F. Ramsay, S. Kallus). Chemical vapour deposition membranes (M. Tsapatsis et al.). Composite ceramic membranes from Langmuir-Blodgett and Self-Assembly precursors (K. Beltsios et al.). Nanophase ceramic ion transport membranes for oxygen separation and gas stream enrichment (C.G. Guizard, A.C. Julbe). Gas Separation Applications. Nanoporous carbon membranes for gas separation (S. Sircar, M.B. Rao). Microporous inorganic and polymeric membranes as catalytic reactors and membrane contactors (E. Drioli, A. Criscuoli).