Development of Blend Cellulose Acetate Butyrate/Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Mixed Matrix Membrane for CO2/N2 Separation
Lee, Ren Jie
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Existing membrane technology has been applied extensively to address CO2 emission. The study revealed that blend MMM demonstrated a CO2/N2 separation increment of 29.76%. In summary, this study outlined a detailed direction for the development of blend MMM technology in gas separation process application. The blend MMM highlighted in this study is expected to benefit researchers in terms of fabricating a cost effective and high energy savvy membrane with improved gas separation properties.
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