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Hollow fiber membranes : fabrication and applications, edited by Tai-Shung Chung and Yingnan Feng, (electronic resource)

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Hollow fiber membranes : fabrication and applications
Title
Hollow fiber membranes
Title remainder
fabrication and applications
Statement of responsibility
edited by Tai-Shung Chung and Yingnan Feng
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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YDX
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660.28424
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no index present
LC call number
TP159.M4
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non fiction
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  • Chung, Tai-shung
  • Feng, Yingnan
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  • Membranes (Technology)
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  • Filters and filtration
  • Membranes (Technology)
Label
Hollow fiber membranes : fabrication and applications, edited by Tai-Shung Chung and Yingnan Feng, (electronic resource)
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Contents
  • Intro -- Hollow Fiber Membranes: Fabrication and Applications -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Membrane configurations -- 3. Preparation of polymeric membranes -- 3.1. Membrane fabrication by phase inversion -- 3.2. Thermodynamic aspects of phase inversion -- 3.3. Kinetic aspects of phase inversion -- 4. Preparation of hollow fiber membranes -- 5. Overview of this book -- References -- Chapter 2: Fundamentals of nonsolvent-induced phase separation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Phase separation and phase diagrams
  • 2.1. Phase diagrams and the Flory-Huggins theory -- 2.2. Effect of interaction parameters on phase separation -- 2.3. Limitation of the Flory-Huggins theory -- 3. Mass transport during membrane formation -- 3.1. Theoretical calculations of mass transport during membrane formation -- 3.2. Experimental study on the mass transport associated with membrane formation -- 4. Polymer gelation (solidification) and growth of phase-separated domains -- 5. Competitions between different phase separation mechanisms -- 5.1. Crystallization and liquid-liquid demixing
  • 5.2. Spinodal decomposition and nucleation and growth-Membranes with bi-continuous structure -- 6. Criteria for instantaneous demixing and the formation of macrovoids -- 6.1. Criteria for the occurrence of instantaneous demixing -- 6.2. Formation mechanism of macrovoids -- 7. Effects of various parameters on membrane morphology and separation performance -- 7.1. Choices of polymer, solvent, and nonsolvent -- 7.2. Effect of polymer concentration -- 7.3. Composition of the coagulation bath -- 7.4. Composition of the casting solution -- 8. Additives to the casting solution
  • 8.1. Low molecular-weight additives -- 8.1.1. Additives having interactions with polymer solvent -- 8.1.1.1. Inorganic salts -- 8.1.1.2. Organic acids -- 8.1.2. Additives having interactions with polymer -- 8.1.3. Effect of affinity between additives and nonsolvent -- 8.2. High molecular-weight additives -- 8.2.1. Polyvinylpyrrolidone -- 8.2.2. Polyethylene glycol -- 8.2.3. Copolymers -- 9. Modification of hollow fiber fabrication by vapor-induced phase separation -- 9.1. Controlling the morphology of membranes by the VIPS process
  • 9.2. Effect of exposure time to nonsolvent vapors-Air gap distance -- 9.3. Effect of relative humidity -- 9.4. The benefit of using VIPS with additives in the casting/dope solution -- 10. Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 3: Polymeric membrane fabrication via thermally induced phase separation (TIPS) method -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Phase diagram -- 2.1. Liquid-liquid phase separation in the TIPS process -- 2.2. Thermodynamics of liquid-liquid phase separation -- 2.3. Kinetics of liquid-liquid phase separation -- 2.4. Solid-liquid phase separation in the TIPS process -- 3. Membrane preparation
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9780128218914
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rdamedia
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  • (OCoLC)1242405741
Label
Hollow fiber membranes : fabrication and applications, edited by Tai-Shung Chung and Yingnan Feng, (electronic resource)
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Hollow Fiber Membranes: Fabrication and Applications -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Membrane configurations -- 3. Preparation of polymeric membranes -- 3.1. Membrane fabrication by phase inversion -- 3.2. Thermodynamic aspects of phase inversion -- 3.3. Kinetic aspects of phase inversion -- 4. Preparation of hollow fiber membranes -- 5. Overview of this book -- References -- Chapter 2: Fundamentals of nonsolvent-induced phase separation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Phase separation and phase diagrams
  • 2.1. Phase diagrams and the Flory-Huggins theory -- 2.2. Effect of interaction parameters on phase separation -- 2.3. Limitation of the Flory-Huggins theory -- 3. Mass transport during membrane formation -- 3.1. Theoretical calculations of mass transport during membrane formation -- 3.2. Experimental study on the mass transport associated with membrane formation -- 4. Polymer gelation (solidification) and growth of phase-separated domains -- 5. Competitions between different phase separation mechanisms -- 5.1. Crystallization and liquid-liquid demixing
  • 5.2. Spinodal decomposition and nucleation and growth-Membranes with bi-continuous structure -- 6. Criteria for instantaneous demixing and the formation of macrovoids -- 6.1. Criteria for the occurrence of instantaneous demixing -- 6.2. Formation mechanism of macrovoids -- 7. Effects of various parameters on membrane morphology and separation performance -- 7.1. Choices of polymer, solvent, and nonsolvent -- 7.2. Effect of polymer concentration -- 7.3. Composition of the coagulation bath -- 7.4. Composition of the casting solution -- 8. Additives to the casting solution
  • 8.1. Low molecular-weight additives -- 8.1.1. Additives having interactions with polymer solvent -- 8.1.1.1. Inorganic salts -- 8.1.1.2. Organic acids -- 8.1.2. Additives having interactions with polymer -- 8.1.3. Effect of affinity between additives and nonsolvent -- 8.2. High molecular-weight additives -- 8.2.1. Polyvinylpyrrolidone -- 8.2.2. Polyethylene glycol -- 8.2.3. Copolymers -- 9. Modification of hollow fiber fabrication by vapor-induced phase separation -- 9.1. Controlling the morphology of membranes by the VIPS process
  • 9.2. Effect of exposure time to nonsolvent vapors-Air gap distance -- 9.3. Effect of relative humidity -- 9.4. The benefit of using VIPS with additives in the casting/dope solution -- 10. Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 3: Polymeric membrane fabrication via thermally induced phase separation (TIPS) method -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Phase diagram -- 2.1. Liquid-liquid phase separation in the TIPS process -- 2.2. Thermodynamics of liquid-liquid phase separation -- 2.3. Kinetics of liquid-liquid phase separation -- 2.4. Solid-liquid phase separation in the TIPS process -- 3. Membrane preparation
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128218914
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Online access with subscription: Elsevier (Sciencedirect Freedom Collection)
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
9780128218914
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1242405741
  • (OCoLC)1242405741

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