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Title: High performance MoS2 membranes: effects of thermally driven phase transition on CO2 separation efficiency
Authors: Achari, A.
Sahana, S.
Eswaramoorthy, M.
Keywords: Chemistry
Energy & Fuels
Engineering
Environmental Sciences & Ecology
Molecular-Sieve Membrane
Graphene Oxide Membranes
Hydrogen Separation
Gas Separation
Molybdenum-Disulfide
Ultrathin
Mofs
Nanosheets
Mixtures
Capture
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Citation: Achari, A.; Sahana, S.; Eswaramoorthy, M., High performance MoS2 membranes: effects of thermally driven phase transition on CO2 separation efficiency. Energy & Environmental Science 2016, 9 (4), 1224-1228 http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c5ee03856a
Energy & Environmental Science
9
4
Abstract: Submicrometer thick MoS2 membranes were investigated for their gas permeation properties and efficiency of H-2/CO2 separation. These membranes show high H-2/CO2 separation at very high H-2 permeability. The thermal stability of the membrane and the effect of phase transition of MoS2 from the 1T to the 2H phase on gas permeability and H-2/CO2 separation were investigated by heating the membrane at different temperatures. The MoS2 membranes were found to be thermally stable up to 160 degrees C and a significant increase in gas permeability was observed. The mechanism of gas permeation through the MoS2 membranes was found to be through interbundle spaces instead of interlayer spaces of individual MoS2 sheets.
Description: Restricted Access
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10572/2125
ISSN: 1754-5692
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