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Authors: Guang-Ming Qiu and Rui Tian (School of Energy and Power Engineering, Inner Mongolia Univ. of Technology, Huhhot, PR China)Yang Qiu (College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing Univ. of Chemical Technology, Beijing P R China) You-Yi Xu (Instit 
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Supercritical carbon dioxide (SCCO2) has dissolving power comparable to that of liquids, is much more compressible than dilute gases, and has transport properties intermediate between gas- and liquid-like. This unusual combination of physical properties can be advantageously exploited in environmentally benign separation and reaction processes, as well as for new kinds of materials processing. This book articles summarizes the modifications and preparations of membranes that have been conducted in SCCO2.

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. Introduction, pp. 1-3

Chapter 2. Membrane formation via SCCO2 induced phase separation, pp. 5-27
2.1 Phase separation of fluoropolymer solution
2.2 Crystallization of fluoropolymer solution
2.3 Formation of porous membrane
2.4 Effect of CO2 pressure on membrane formation
2.5 Effect of temperature on membrane formation
2.6 Effect of polymer concentration on membrane formation
2.7 Effect of solvents on membrane formation

Chapter 3. Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction for membrane formation in TIPS, pp. 29-53
3.1 Thermally induced phase separation (TIPS)
3.2 SCCO2 extraction
3.2.1 SCCO2 extraction procedures
3.2.2 SCCO2 extraction conditions
3.3 The microstructure and morphology of membranes
3.4 Comparison between different solvent extraction

Chapter 4. Membrane of polymer blends by SCCO2, pp. 55-71
4.1 Polymer blending in SCCO2
4.2 Strategy of modification for polymer/substrate blends
4.3 Preparation of polymer blend membranes
4.4 Characterization of polymer blend membranes
4.5 Copolymerizations of Styrene and Maleic anhydride

Chapter 5. Surface modification of membrane in SCCO2, pp. 73-90
5.1 Surface-grafted membrane
5.2 Mechanism for graft modification of polymer membrane
5.3 Graft copolymerization of Man/St onto the surface of PVDF membrane
5.4 Characterization of the grafted chains
5.5 Morphologies and Structure of the SMA-grfted PVDF Membrane
5.6 Surface properties of the SMA-Based Membrane

Chapter 6. Conclusions, pp. 91-94


      Chemistry Research and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 6 x 9. COB
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-905-6
   Status: AV
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