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Membrane Journal Vol.23 No.5 pp.375-383

개질된 탄소나노튜브/하이드로겔 복합막의 기체 투과 특성

윤 희 욱, 이 희 대, 박 호 범
한양대학교 에너지공학과

Gas Transport Behavior of Modified Carbon Nanotubes/Hydrogel Composite Membranes

Ho Bum Park†, Hee Wook Yoon, Hee Dae Lee
Department of Energy Engineering Hanyang University, Seoul 133-791, Korea
(Received August 13, 2013, Revised October 4, 2013, Accepted October 6, 2013)


Nanomaterials having large surface area, uniform dimensions or pores can be utilized in various membraneapplications Amongst them, many studies have been focused on nanocarbon materials: graphene, graphene oxide and carbonnanotubes. Carbon nanotubes, one-dimensional structure, have excellent characteristics in thermal, chemical and mechanicalstrength properties. However, carbon nanotubes was mainly used to reinforce mechanical properties of polymer materials inprevious applications. In contrast to previous studies, we focused on modified carbon nanotubes/polyethylene glycol diacrylate(PEGDA) composite membrane preparation for improvement of permeability and selectivity on gas separation.


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