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Author Uragami, Tadashi

Title Science and Technology of Separation Membranes 2 Vol Set
Published Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2017


Description 1 online resource (858 pages)
Contents Volume I ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Introduction to Membrane Science and Technology ; 1.1 History of Membrane Science and Technology; 1.2 Membrane Module; 1.2.1 Plate-and-Frame Modules; 1.2.2 Tubular Modules; 1.2.3 Spiral-Wound Modules; 1.2.4 Hollow-Fibre Modules; 1.3 Necessity of Membrane Science and Technology; References; Chapter 2 Membrane Structure ; 2.1 Structural Design of Membranes; 2.1.1 Chemical Design of Membrane Materials; 2.1.2 Physical Construction of Separation Membranes; 2.2 Symmetric Non-porous and Porous Membranes
2.3 Asymmetric and Composite Membranes2.4 Relation between Structure and Preparation Condition of Membrane; 2.4.1 Preparation of Casting Solution; Kind of Polymer Material; Polymer Concentration in Casting Solution; Casting Solvent; Combination of Casting Solvent; Addition of Additive in Casting Solution; Temperature of Casting Solution; 2.4.2 Casting Condition; Temperature and Humidity during Casting; Evaporation Period; 2.4.3 Gelation Condition; Gelation Period and Temperature; The Kind of Gelation Medium
2.4.4 Post-treatment2.4.4.1 Method of Heat Treatment; Temperature and Period of Heat Treatment; Pressure Treatment; Elongation Treatment; Post-reaction; Post-solvent Treatment; 2.5 Structure of Liquid Membranes; 2.5.1 Bulk Liquid Membrane; 2.5.2 Emulsion Liquid Membrane; 2.5.3 Supported Liquid Membrane; Liquid Membrane; Hollow-Fibre-Supported Liquid Membrane; 2.6 Structure of Inorganic Membranes; References; Chapter 3 Preparation Methods of Membranes ; 3.1 Polymer Membranes; 3.1.1 Solution-Casting Method Thermally Induced Phase Separation3.1.1.2 Diffusionally Induced Phase Separation; Drying-Induced Phase Separation; Vapour-Induced Phase Separation; 3.1.2 Composite Method; 3.1.3 Casting-Reaction Method; 3.1.4 Polyion Complex Method; 3.1.5 Freeze-Dry Method; 3.1.6 Chemical Modification; 3.1.7 Filling Polymerization Method; 3.1.8 Expansion Method; 3.2 Inorganic Membranes; 3.2.1 Process for Preparation; 3.3 Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Membranes; 3.4 Liquid Membranes; 3.4.1 Carrier; 3.4.2 Solvent; 3.4.3 Emulsion; 3.4.4 Support; References
Chapter 4 Membrane Shapes and Modules 4.1 Membrane Shapes; 4.1.1 Flat-Sheet Membranes; 4.1.2 Spiral Membranes; 4.1.3 Tubular Membranes; 4.1.4 Capillary Membrane; 4.1.5 Hollow-Fibre Membrane; 4.2 Membrane Module; 4.2.1 Plate-Frame Module; 4.2.2 Spiral Module; 4.2.3 Tubular Module; 4.2.4 Hollow-Fibre Module; 4.2.5 Types of Membrane Filtration Modules; 4.2.6 Durability of Membrane Modules; 4.2.7 Degradation of Membrane Module Materials; 4.2.8 Decline of Membrane Performance; References; Chapter 5 Characterization of Membrane ; 5.1 Methods and Subjects of Evaluation; 5.1.1 Bubble-Point Method
Notes 5.1.2 Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
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Subject Membrane separation.
Membrane filters.
Membranes (Technology)
Membrane filters
Membrane separation
Membranes (Technology)
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781118932575