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The use of conducting polymers in membrane-based separations: a review and recent developments



The use of conducting polymers in membrane-based separations: a review and recent developments



Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 984: 289-305



As a material family, pi-conjugated polymers (also known as intrinsically conductive polymers) elicit the possibility of both exploiting the chemical and physical attributes of the polymer for membrane-based separations and incorporating its electronic and electrochemical properties to enhance the separation figures-of-merit. This review article, although by no means comprehensive, provides a current snapshot of the investigations from many research laboratories in the use of conducting polymers for membrane-based separations. The review focuses primarily on polyaniline, polypyrrole, and substituted-polythiophene and includes applications in gas separations, liquid (and/or vapor) separations, and ion separations. Additionally, we discuss the broad challenges and accomplishments in membrane formation from conducting polymers.

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Accession: 035941883

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PMID: 12783825

DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2003.tb06007.x


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