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The highest gas permeable membrane of poly modified by filling polyorganosiloxane


, : The highest gas permeable membrane of poly modified by filling polyorganosiloxane. AIChE Symposium Series 85(272): 1-5

The most important properties of membranes used for gas separation are gas permeability, separation factor and durability. Poly(1-(trimethylsilyl)-1-propyne) (PMSP) has a higher permeability than those used previously; however, this property decreases with time or thermal hysteresis. Modified membranes were prepared wherein poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) or poly(trifluoropropyl-methylsiloxane) (PTFMS) filled in the PMSP membrane.

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