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Title Surface Modification of Microporous Polypropylene Membranes by Polyelectrolyte Multilayers
Membranes Formation and Modification, I. Pinnau, B. D. Freeman, ed.
Date 15.02.2000
Number 5802
Abstract "Overviews recent developments related to novel membrane materials, membrane fabrication methods, and membrane modification techniques that together have made processes using artificial membranes competitive with conventional separation methods such as distillation in a wide variety of large-scale industrial applications. The 22 papers, from a September 1997 symposium in Las Vegas, explore such aspects as forming anisotropic and asymmetric membranes by thermally- induced phase separation, the effect of surfactant as an additive on the formation of asymmetric polysulfone membranes for gas separation, a post-synthesis method for developing membranes using the ion-beam irradiation of polyimide thin films, facilitated transport membranes incorporating metal affinity for recovering amino acids, and preparing carbon molecular sieve membranes and their gas separation properties."--SciTech Book News<br /><br />Written for polymer chemists and chemical engineers, this book focuses on advances in the principal industrial approaches to the preparation of membranes, the formation of thin film composite membranes, and asymmetric membranes. <br /><br />Chapter 13<br />ISBN 0-8412-3604-6
Publisher American Chemical Society
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Citation American Chemical Society (2000) 189-204
DOI http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0841236046
Authors Rieser, Th. ; Lunkwitz, K. ; Berwald, S. ; Meier-Haack, J. ; Müller, M. ; Cassel, F. ; Dioszeghy, Z. ; Simon, F.
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