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|Title:||Solvent selection for manufacture of fluorinated polyimide composite membranes|
|Source:||Qin, J.-J., Chung, T.-S., Cao, Y. (2006-05-10). Solvent selection for manufacture of fluorinated polyimide composite membranes. Desalination 193 (1-3) : 8-13. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.desal.2005.04.136|
|Abstract:||Polysulfone (PSf) and five fluorinated polyimides were tested for their solubility with 24 organics or their mixtures in order to select a solvent suitable for developing a composite membrane consisting of an inexpensive substrate with an expensive selective layer of high-performance fluorinated polyimides for CO2/CH4 separation. The experimental results show that only nitromethane can dissolve 6F-Durene and 6F Durene-mPDA but not dissolve PSf. The manufacture of a 6F-Durene composite membrane using PSf as a substrate was attempted with the dip-coating method, which has not been previously reported. The PSf/6F-Durene composite membrane after repair with silicon rubber was defect free. There is a potential to manufacture a defect-free fluorinated polyimide composite hollow-fiber membrane. © 2006.|
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