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Carbon-Based Membranes

  • Tanja Pietraß
Abstract

Inorganic carbon-based membranes for gas separation comprise materials that are fabricated through pyrolysis of a precursor material (often a synthetic polymer), and the more recently discovered carbon nanotubes. Fabrication, assembly into different architectures, and mechanism of operation are summarized for precursor-based carbon membranes, with a focus on selective surface flow and molecular sieving. Only preliminary work on carbon nanotube-based membranes for gas separation has been published. Their unusual transport properties, however, promise their use in gas separation in the future. In light of this application, structural properties and results relating to flow through these tubular structures are summarized.

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