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Microporous zirconia-titania composite membranes derived from diethanolamine-modiried precursors

Spijksma GI, Huiskes C, Benes NE, Kruidhof H, Blank DHA, Kessler VG, Bouwmeester HJM


Microporous zirconia-titania composite membranes have been fabricated by sol-gel processing using diethanolamine-modified precursor solutions. Microporous materials made from powders calcined at 400 degrees C show type I nitrogen sorption behavior. Supported similar to 0.1 mu m thick membranes (see figure) exhibit molecular-sieving properties and are expected to have great potential for separation and reaction applications under harsh conditions

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Advanced Materials
2006, Volume: 18, number: 16, pages: 2165-+ Publisher: WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH

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