ZIF-8 Membranes via Interfacial Microfluidic Processing in Polymeric Hollow Fibers: Efficient Propylene Separation at Elevated Pressures.

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Propylene/propane (C3H6/C3H8) separations are performed on a large scale by energy-intensive distillation processes. Membranes based on metal-organic framework (MOF) molecular sieves, such as zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 (ZIF-8), offer the potential to perform these separations at considerably lower cost. However, the fabrication of scalable ZIF-8… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acsami.6b08801

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@article{Eum2016ZIF8MV, title={ZIF-8 Membranes via Interfacial Microfluidic Processing in Polymeric Hollow Fibers: Efficient Propylene Separation at Elevated Pressures.}, author={Kiwon Eum and Chen Ma and Ali A Rownaghi and Christopher W. Jones and Sankar Nair}, journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces}, year={2016}, volume={8 38}, pages={25337-42} }