Zeolite, Ceramic and Carbon Membranes

New zeolitic materials and new synthesis methods, such as hydrothermal synthesis, seeding and microwave heating, have been incessantly reported in the literature. Many efforts have been dedicated to the synthesis of hybrid or mixed matrix membranes (MMMs) since MMMs clearly outperformed polymeric membranes. In a molecular sieve carbon membrane, gas molecules slighter than the pore size of the membrane can permeate the membrane. Larger molecules are completely retained. Molecular sieve carbon membranes display very high selectivities and can be used, e.g., for selective separation of hydrogen from natural gas.

 

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