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Gas permeability of a novel cellulose membrane; Gas permeability of a novel cellulose membrane
Wu, J; Yuan, Q
KeywordN-methylmorpholine N-oxide N-methylmorpholine N-oxide Gas Permeability Gas Permeability "dry" Cellulose Membrane "dry" Cellulose Membrane "water-swollen" Cellulose Membrane "water-swollen" Cellulose Membrane Cellophane Cellophane
Source PublicationJOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE ; JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE
2002-07-15 ; 2002-07-15
Volume204Issue:1-2Pages:185-194
Indexed BySCI ; SCI
SubtypeArticle ; Article
WOS HeadingsScience & Technology ; Science & Technology ; Technology ; Technology ; Physical Sciences ; Physical Sciences
WOS SubjectEngineering, Chemical ; Engineering, Chemical ; Polymer Science ; Polymer Science
WOS Research AreaEngineering ; Engineering ; Polymer Science ; Polymer Science
WOS KeywordPOLYVINYL-ALCOHOL) MEMBRANES ; POLYVINYL-ALCOHOL) MEMBRANES ; WATER ; WATER ; BLEND ; BLEND ; PERMEATION ; PERMEATION ; MIXTURES ; MIXTURES ; STATE ; STATE
AbstractA novel cellulose membrane was prepared by using amine oxides as the solvent and its mechanical performance was measured. Steady-state permeation rates of carbon dioxide, hydrogen, methane, nitrogen, oxygen, argon and helium in the homogeneous dense cellulose membrane were measured in the temperature range of 298-353 K and under gas pressures up to 1 MPa. The effect of swelling on hydrophilic membrane permeability was studied in some detail on the cellulose membrane. The difference in gas permeability between the "dry" cellulose membrane and the "water-swollen" cellulose membrane was investigated, and the gas permeability between the cellulose membrane and the Cellophane was compared. In this paper, the separation performance Of CO2 over H-2 in a "water-swollen" cellulose membrane is reported for the first time and the separation factor Of CO2/H-2 can be up to 15. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.; A novel cellulose membrane was prepared by using amine oxides as the solvent and its mechanical performance was measured. Steady-state permeation rates of carbon dioxide, hydrogen, methane, nitrogen, oxygen, argon and helium in the homogeneous dense cellulose membrane were measured in the temperature range of 298-353 K and under gas pressures up to 1 MPa. The effect of swelling on hydrophilic membrane permeability was studied in some detail on the cellulose membrane. The difference in gas permeability between the "dry" cellulose membrane and the "water-swollen" cellulose membrane was investigated, and the gas permeability between the cellulose membrane and the Cellophane was compared. In this paper, the separation performance Of CO2 over H-2 in a "water-swollen" cellulose membrane is reported for the first time and the separation factor Of CO2/H-2 can be up to 15. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
Language英语 ; 英语
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WOS IDWOS:000176449400015 ; WOS:000176449400015
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://cas-ir.dicp.ac.cn/handle/321008/83795
Collection中国科学院大连化学物理研究所
AffiliationChinese Acad Sci, Dalian Inst Chem Phys, Dalian 116023, Peoples R China
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Wu, J,Yuan, Q. Gas permeability of a novel cellulose membrane, Gas permeability of a novel cellulose membrane[J]. JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE, JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE,2002, 2002,204, 204(1-2):185-194, 185-194.
APA Wu, J,&Yuan, Q.(2002).Gas permeability of a novel cellulose membrane.JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE,204(1-2),185-194.
MLA Wu, J,et al."Gas permeability of a novel cellulose membrane".JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE 204.1-2(2002):185-194.
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