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Progress on in-situ interfacial assembly of ultra-H2-permeable metal-organic framework membranes
Date:2020-07-31 08:26    Column:Research News

Our group reported synthesis of ultrathin oriented MOF membrane via in-situ interfacial assembly method. The membranes exhibited the permeance of H2 with 6300-10680 GPU and H2 selectivity toward CO2 of up to 86.5, far transcending the Robeson’s upper bound for H2/CO2 separation. This ultra-H2-permeable MOF membranes with high selectivity show great promise for energy-efficient separations. This work has been published in Journal of Membrane Science, 2020, 611, 118419, and highlighted as a Editor's Choice Article for June 2020.



 

 

 

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