Original paper

Nanoporous framework “reservoir” maximizing low-molecular-weight enhancer impregnation into CO2-philic membranes for highly-efficient CO2 capture

Volume: 570-571, Pages: 278 - 285
Published: Jan 1, 2019
Abstract
Although membrane technology for CO2 capture is promising for environmental and energy remediation, the membrane performance should be improved greatly for realizing the practical applications. Herein, a new dual-incentive strategy by utilizing the synergistic effect of nanoporous framework and low molecular weight poly (ethylene glycol) (PEG) impregnation has been designed to construct a high-efficiency forced impregnated hybrid membranes...
Paper Details
Title
Nanoporous framework “reservoir” maximizing low-molecular-weight enhancer impregnation into CO2-philic membranes for highly-efficient CO2 capture
Published Date
Jan 1, 2019
Volume
570-571
Pages
278 - 285
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