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Modification and Applications of Hydrophilic

Modification and Applications of Hydrophilic Polypropylene Membrane Danu Ariono 1 and Anita Kusuma Wardani 1 Published 1 July 2017 • Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering Volume 214 2nd Materials Research Society of Indonesia Meeting (MRS-Id 2016)24–26 October 2016 Bandung West Java Indonesia Download Article PDF


A new type of dual-biomimetic hierarchically rough polystyrene (PS) superhydrophobic micro/nano-fibrous membrane was fabricated via a one-step electrospinning technique at various polymer concentrations from 15 to 30 wt % The obtained micro/nano-fibers exhibited a nanopapillose nanoporous and microgrooved surface morphology that originated from mimicking the micro/nanoscale hierarchical


Surface modification by physical adsorption of a series of non-ionic surfactants including Tween 20 Tween 40 Tween 60 Tween 80 and Tween 85 was accomplished on polypropylene microporous hollow fiber and flat membranes The adsorption curve of the membrane surface was analyzed by weight measurements and the typical results showed a two-platform character similarly Differences in the

Application of dual membrane contactor for simultaneous

Technology of membrane contactor is an improvemet of acid gas (CO2) removal technology that combining gas absorption process with solvent and membrane technology The objective of the experiment are study the effect of feed gas flow rate and solvent to flux CO2 and efficiency of CO2 removal and also study the performance of membrane contactor The experiment is conducted by


The effect of talc addition on the morphology of capillary membranes formed by a thermally induced phase separation (TIPS) method was investigated in the presented work The usability of such formed membranes for membrane distillation was evaluated Two types of commercial capillary polypropylene membranes fabricated for microfiltration process were applied in the studies

Hollow fiber membrane

Hollow fiber membranes (HFMs) are a class of artificial membranes containing a semi-permeable barrier in the form of a hollow fiber Originally developed in the 1960s for reverse osmosis applications hollow fiber membranes have since become prevalent in water treatment desalination cell culture medicine and tissue engineering Most commercial hollow fiber membranes are packed into

Surface functionalization of porous polypropylene

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Application of Surface Modified Polypropylene

In order to increase hydrophilicity and thereby to reduce membrane fouling caused by hydrophobic adsorption the surface of a hydrophobic 0 2 m polypropylene (PP) membrane was modified by ozone treatment followed by graft polymerization with 2-hydroxy-ethyl methacrylate (HEMA) The modified PP (MPP) membranes were characterized in terms of contact angle morphology and degree of grafting


Polypropylene is also used in particular roofing membranes as the waterproofing top layer of single-ply systems as opposed to modified-bit systems Polypropylene is most commonly used for plastic moldings wherein it is injected into a mold while molten forming complex shapes at relatively low cost and high volume examples include bottle tops bottles and fittings

Academic Journal of Polymer science (AJOP)

The Application of Polypropylene Membranes for Membrane Distillation Academ J Polym Sci 2018 1(3): 555565 DOI: 10 19080/AJOP 2018 01 555565 Go to Mini Review Abstract Introduction Conclusion References Abstract Microporous hydrophobic membranes are applied in membrane distillation During a long-term of module exploitation a part of the pores is filled by water and the

Research of Immobilization of Transglutaminase on

Activated ozone as the carrier crylic acid as the monomer and glutaraldehyde as the cross-linking agent were used to research the immobilization of transglutaminase on polypropylene microporous membranes The effect of ozone activation time grafting time grafting temperature monomer concentration and ammonium ferrous sulfate concentration on grafting degree were studied the

Hemocompatible Control of Sulfobetaine

Hemocompatible Control of Sulfobetaine-Grafted Polypropylene Fibrous Membranes in Human Whole Blood via Plasma-Induced Surface Zwitterionization Sheng-Han Chen † Yung Chang * † Kueir-Rarn Lee * † Ta-Chin Wei † Akon Higuchi ‡ Feng-Ming Ho Chia-Chun Tsou ∥ Hsin-Tsung Ho ∥ ⊥ Juin-Yih Lai † View Author Information † RD Center for Membrane Technology and Department of

Surface engineering of macroporous polypropylene

The surface properties of polymer membranes are crucial to their application This Review provides concise comments on surface engineering strategies for macroporous polypropylene membranes The applications of surface engineering concepts in membrane-based bioreactors bioseparation biosensing biosynthesis environmental analysis water purification energy technology medical devices

Membranes in Lithium Ion Batteries

04 07 2012In this study membranes used in lithium ion batteries have been reviewed These membranes include solid state electrolytes which contains ceramic-glass and polymer Li ion conductors microporous separators consisting of polyolefin-based microporous separators and nonwoven films and gel polymer electrolytes Each type of membrane can find its position in a particular battery application

Polymer Membranes in Biotechnology

Following an introduction to the general concept of membrane separation in Chapter 1 preparation of polymeric membranes is discussed in Chapter 2 The book then describes in Chapter 3 membrane surface activation which is a key step in ligand immobilizations Chapter 4 focuses on ligand immobilization techniques and the organic chemistries behind them Chapter 5 introduces the application

Development of Hydrophobic Microporous Isotactic

Membrane Contactor (MC) is a well-known membrane technology to provide significant advantages required by industries For MC a hydrophobic membrane required as a barrier so that liquid absorbent and flue gaseous do not disperse with one another However the major concern in hydrophobic membrane is getting swelling by liquid after a short operating period

Polypropylene Membrane

Polypropylene membrane (PP membrane) is one of the most important polymeric membranes and is widely used in the removal of bacteria beer and wine clarification wastewater treatment oil–water separation blood oxygenation as a separator for batteries etc PP membrane is a hydrophobic membrane and it is flexible durable unbreakable nontoxic and uniform in strength

Plasma modification of microporous polymer

Treated polypropylene membranes exhibited improved wettability and were visually equivalent to unprocessed membranes by microscopy Triplicate analysis of treated polypropylene membranes indicated the hydrophilic surface functionalization groups were removed following exposure to water during initial testing The initial increased wettability of the membranes may be attributed to

Enzyme immobilization on/in polymeric membranes:

Despite the advantages of BMR application there are some issues which need to be addressed in order to achieve up-scaling of such systems In this review the different aspects of enzyme immobilization on membranes are discussed to show the complexity of this interdisciplinary technology In addition the existing issues which require further investigation are highlighted

A review of material development in the field of carbon

This review highlights recent developments and future perspectives on CO2 capture from power plants and energy-intensive industries to reduce CO2 emissions Different types of membrane materials for CO2 capture were reviewed in terms of material performance energy efficiency and cost With regard to gas separation membrane technology only three types of membranes have been demonstrated at

Application of surface modified polypropylene

Application of surface modified polypropylene membranes to an anaerobic membrane bioreactor (PMID:11816766) Abstract Citations Related Articles Data BioEntities External Links ' ' Sainbayar A ' ' Kim JS ' ' Jung WJ ' ' Lee YS ' ' Lee CH Environmental Technology [01 Sep 2001 22(9):1035-1042] Type: Journal Article DOI: 10 1080/09593332208618212 Abstract In order to increase

Interpenetrating polymers supported on microporous

›› 2017 Vol 25 ›› Issue (7): 938-946 doi: 10 1016/j cjche 2016 12 011 • Separation Science and Engineering • Previous Articles Next Articles Interpenetrating polymers supported on microporous polypropylene membranes for the transport of chromium ions Yesid Tapiero Julio Snchez Bernab L Rivas Polymer Department Faculty of Chemistry University of Concepcin Casilla

Preparation properties and application of polypropylene

However the thermoplastic micro/nanofiber membranes were rarely reported In this paper polypropylene (PP) nanofibers were prepared by melt extrusion of immiscible blends of PP cellulose acetate butyrate (CAB) and subsequent removal of the CAB matrix The wet‐laid application was used to make PP nanofiber membranes and PP‐g‐MAH/nonwoven micro/nanofiber membrane The properties

Modification and Applications of Hydrophilic

Modification and Applications of Hydrophilic Polypropylene Membrane Danu Ariono 1 and Anita Kusuma Wardani 1 Published 1 July 2017 • Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering Volume 214 2nd Materials Research Society of Indonesia Meeting (MRS-Id 2016)24–26 October 2016 Bandung West Java Indonesia Download

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