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作者:Haixiang Sun , Xubing Luo , Jiahui Liu ...
来源:[J].Separation and Purification Technology(IF 2.894), 2020, Vol.234
摘要:Abstract(#br)Thin-film composite (TFC) pervaporation membranes is of widespread interest for the alcohol dehydration, since the thin selective layer allows a high permeation flux. However, how to obtain the desired flux and separation selectivity simultaneously is still the bo...
作者:Meisheng Li , Jie Wang , Shouyong Zhou ...
来源:[J].European Polymer Journal(IF 2.562), 2020, Vol.122
摘要:Abstract(#br)Highly water-selective poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA)/polyacrylonitrile (PAN) pervaporation membranes were prepared by combining self-aggregation crosslinking reactions for PVA through ammonium persulfate (APS) initiations and interface physicochemical structure regulatio...
作者:Fatma Kurşun
来源:[J].Journal of Molecular Structure(IF 1.404), 2020, Vol.1201
摘要:Abstract(#br)Pervaporation, an economical, energy-saving and eco-friendly membrane process for separating liquid mixtures, has been considered as a promising candidate for the separation of azeotropic mixtures that are difficult to separate using classical processes. In this stud...
作者:Alexander V. Klinov , Roald R. Akberov , Azat R. Fazlyev ...
来源:[J].Journal of Membrane Science(IF 4.093), 2017, Vol.524, pp.321-333
摘要:Abstract(#br)Results of experimental investigation of pervaporation dehydration of ethanol and isopropanol by HybSi membranes at concentrations of organic component in the feed in the range from ~50 to ~99 wt%, feed temperatures 60, 70 and 80 °C and permeate pressures 5 and 20...
作者:Xinping He , Tao Wang , Jinghui Huang ...
来源:[J].Separation and Purification Technology(IF 2.894), 2020, Vol.241
摘要:... In its continuous production via the fermentation–pervaporation process, hydrophobic polymer membranes such as polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) have been developed to enrich ethanol from dilute fermentation broth. However, the efficiency of current ethanol recovery via pervaporation...
作者:Waseem Raza , Jianhua Yang , Jiaxuan Wang ...
来源:[J].Separation and Purification Technology(IF 2.894), 2020, Vol.235
摘要:Abstract(#br)Membrane pervaporation has gained much attraction for high level purity of acetic acid from water because of energy saving and ecofriendly operation compared with distillation and extraction. However, fabricating membranes with high stability, selectivity and pe...
作者:Ju Yeon Lee , Hongjin Park , Jong Suk Lee ...
来源:[J].Journal of Membrane Science(IF 4.093), 2020, Vol.598
摘要:Abstract(#br)Biphenyl-based covalent triazine framework (CTF) particles, as a new class of organic porous materials, were incorporated into polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) for the fabrication of a high performance pervaporation membrane for n -butanol ( n -BtOH) recovery. Increasin...
作者:Yong Pan , Xi Yu
来源:[J].Separation and Purification Technology(IF 2.894), 2020, Vol.237
摘要:..., ZIF-90 and its derivatives (ZIF-91 and ZIF-92) were synthesized and incorporated into polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) matrix to fabricate ZIF/PDMS nanocomposite membrane for pervaporation recovery of ethanol. The morphologies and structures of ZIF particles and their nanocompo...
作者:Muhammad Tahir Ashraf , Jens Ejbye Schmidt , Joanna Kujawa ...
来源:[J].Separation and Purification Technology(IF 2.894), 2017, Vol.174, pp.502-512
摘要:Abstract(#br)Sizing of large scale pervaporation units from experimental data requires mathematical models which can predict the pervaporation process performance adequately. In this work, a modeling approach is reported with a semi-empirical flux model regressed over experimenta...
作者:Shivshankar Chaudhari , YongSung Kwon , MyungYun Moon ...
来源:[J].Vacuum(IF 1.53), 2018, Vol.147, pp.115-125
摘要:Abstract(#br)Silicotungstic acid (STA) was modified with melamine and mixed matrix membranes containing melamine-modified STA (M-STA) particles were prepared for the pervaporation dehydration of a water–isopropanol (IPA) mixture. The characterization of the membranes was co...

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