Transport of Multicomponent Gas Mixtures through Polymeric Membranes
Development of high performance polymeric membranes for separation of gases has resulted in significant competition with traditonal processes for gas separations such as absorption and adsorption .
KeywordsComposite Membrane Porous Membrane Slip Flow Dense Membrane Experimental Permeability
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