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About the role of adsorption in inorganic and composite membranes

Anne Julbe
Martin Drobek
Andre Ayral

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Adsorption phenomena and surface-derived reactions on interfaces are fundamentally important processes in environmental chemistry, energy, catalysis or materials processing, and play a crucial role in the control of membrane performance. Adsorption of species at the surface of membrane materials has been a vast topic of investigation for decades, with both fundamental impact and direct spin-off in industry. In this minireview, the pivotal role of adsorption for both gas-and liquid-phase membrane separations is underlined with a focus on inorganic and composite membrane materials, their design strategies, transport mechanisms and associated performance. A particular attention is dedicated to fouling phenomena and emerging surface treatment methods. Finally the role of adsorption for membrane microstructure characterisation and defect detection is discussed.

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Chimie
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hal-02146508 , version 1 (20-11-2020)

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Anne Julbe, Martin Drobek, Andre Ayral. About the role of adsorption in inorganic and composite membranes. Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, 2019, 24, pp.88-97. ⟨10.1016/j.coche.2019.03.007⟩. ⟨hal-02146508⟩
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