Novel carbon dioxide tolerant ceramic membrane for air separation and clean energy delivery
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The ceramic membrane is drawing ever-increasing attention due to its potential in oxygen production and clean energy delivery. However, there are still many challenges which need to be overcome prior to its commercialisation. One hurdle is its poor material stability under the real application conditions, e.g. CO2-containing atmosphere. The objective of this thesis is to develop new robust ceramic membranes with improved stability to be operated in CO2-containing atmosphere without losing the high permeation flux.