Janus Membranes: Exploring Duality for Advanced Separation.

@article{Yang2016JanusME,
  title={Janus Membranes: Exploring Duality for Advanced Separation.},
  author={Hao-Cheng Yang and Jingwei Hou and Vicki Chen and Z. Alex Xu},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2016},
  volume={55 43},
  pages={
          13398-13407
        }
}
Janus membranes are an emerging class of materials having opposing properties at an interface. This structure results in selective and often novel transport characteristics. In this Minireview, a definition of the Janus membrane, beyond merely asymmetric materials, is introduced and common fabrication strategies are outlined. Also presented are current and potential applications in directional transport, switchable permeation, and performance optimization with detailed mechanisms. 
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