Microporous Materials for Separation Membranes
A guide to membrane separation based on a variety of porous materials with promising separation applications Microporous Materials for Separation Membranes offers an in-depth guide that explores microporous materials? potential for membrane applications. The authors?two experts on the topic?examine a wide range of porous materials that have application potential including: microporous silica, porous carbons, zeolites, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), and porous organic frameworks (POFs). Comprehensive in scope, the book covers a broad range of topics on membrane separations such as: hydrogen recovery, carbon dioxide capture, air purification, hydrocarbon separation, pervaporation, and water treatment. In addition, this up-to-date resource explores the most recent materials for preparing microporous membranes and explores the most promising applications for industrial use. This important book: -Examines the use of microporous materials as membranes to perform with different gases and liquids -Offers an overview of the basic knowledge of membrane separation and an intense examination of separations -Describes the state-of-the-art of membrane separation with porous materials -Highlights the most promising applications of industrial interest Written for scientists working in the fields of membranes, gas and liquid, Microporous Materials for Separation Membranes offers a valuable guide to the potential of microporous materials for membrane applications.
Volume 1: Classic Microporous Materials and Membrane Technology INTRODUCTION Microporous Materials Membrane Configurations Fundamentals of Membrane Separation Features of Microporous Membranes MICROPOROUS SILICA MEMBRANES Membrane Layer Synthesis Preparation Intermediate Layers Support Modification Operational Stability Separation Properties POLYMERIC MEMBRANES Highly Permeable Polymers Polymers for Gas Separations Plasticization, Conditioning and Physical Aging Techniques for Improving Separation Performances CARBON-BASED MEMBRANES Carbon Membrane Preparations Carbon Membrane Post-treatment Carbon Membrane Module Construction Selective Surface Flow Membranes Advantages and Disadvantages of Carbon Membranes Molecular Sieving Carbon Membranes Carbon Nanotubes Porous Graphene MICROPOROUS MEMBRANES FOR WATER TREATMENT Polymer-based Reverse Osmosis Membranes Inorganic Membranes for Desalination Membrane for Pollutants Cleanup Membrane Surface Engineering MIXED MATRIX MEMBRANES Principles of Mixed-Matrix Membranes MMMs Made of Zeolites MOFs-Based MMMs POFs-Derived MMMs MMMs Containing Other Porous Fillers Volume 2: Advanced Materials for Separation Membranes ZEOLITE MEMBRANES Synthesis Techniques for Zeolite Membranes Crystal Growth in Zeolite Layers Microstructures of Zeolite Films Membrane Characterizations GAS SEPARATIONS WITH ZEOLITE MEMBRANES H2 Recovery Air Separation CO2 Capture Post Modification of Zeolite Membranes PERVAPORATION WITH ZEOLITE MEMBRANES Pervaporation Process Alcohol Dehydration Organic/Organic Separation Acid Separation Membrane Reactors for Various Separations MOF MEMBRANES AND THEIR H2 SEPARATION PROPERTIES Fabrications of MOF Membranes Controlling and Characterizing MOF Membranes Pore Chemistry for H2 Separation CO2 CAPTURE WITH MOF MEMBRANES CO2 Capture Strategies Membrane Separation: Adsorption vs Diffusion Membrane Design at the Molecular Level MOF MEMBRANES FOR VAPOR OR LIQUID SEPARATION Selective Separation of Chemicals in Vapor Phase Adsorptive Separation in Liquid Phase Chiral Resolution Stability of MOF Membranes POF MEMBRANES Free Volumes Polymers of Intrinsic Microporosity (PIMs) Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs) Porous Aromatic Frameworks (PAFs) POF MEMBRANES FOR ADVANCED SEPARATION Light Gas Separation Emerging Gas Separation Desalination and Related Liquid Separation
Prof. Xiaoqin Zou is a full professor at the Northeast Normal University (NENU) in Changchun, China. After having received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Jilin University (China) and PhD degree from the University of Caen (France), he worked as a post-doc researcher in the University of California at Berkeley before taking up his present appointment at NENU. Professor Zou has authored over 30 articles, two patents, and one book chapter. His current scientific interests include the syntheses, characterizations, and advanced applications of novel porous membranes. Prof. Guangshan Zhu is the Director of Key Lab of Polyoxometalate Science of Ministry of Education at NENU, China. Having obtained his academic degree from Jilin University (China), he spent most of his career working for Jilin University as a teacher and researcher before transferred new position at NENU. Professor Zhu has authored over 300 scientific publications and received numerous scientific awards, including the Second Grade Award of the State Natural Science Award of China, the First Grade Award of Jilin Province, the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, and the Cheung Kong Professorship from the Ministry of Education of China. His research group is actively engaged in the design of microporous materials for diverse applications.
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