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Kuzminova, Anna I.,Dmitrenko, Mariia E.,Poloneeva, Daria Y.,Selyutin, Artem A.,Mazur, Anton S.,Emeline, Alexei V.,Mikhailovskii, Vladimir Y.,Solovyev, Nikolay D.,Ermakov, Sergey S.,Penkova, Anastasia V.
Sustainable composite pervaporation membranes based on sodium alginate modified by metal organic frameworks for dehydration of isopropanol
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Novel dense and supported (polyacrylonitrile substrate) mixed matrix membranes based on biopolymer sodium alginate (SA), modified by Zr-MOFs were developed to improve pervaporation dehydration properties of a parent SA membrane. The following Zr-MOFs were synthesized and tested as modifiers: unmodified UiO-66 and modified UiO-66(NH2)-AcOH and UiO-66(NH2)-EDTA. Two kinds of mixed matrix membranes were developed: without additional treatment and cross-linked with calcium chloride. The synthesized Zr-MOFs nanoparticles and developed SA and SA-Zr-MOFs membranes were studied using Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance, scanning electron microscopy, surface area measurement, atomic force microscopy, X-ray diffraction analysis, thermogravimetric analysis, and swelling experiments. Dense and supported membranes were tested for their transport properties in the pervaporation dehydration of isopropanol (12, 30wt% water for the untreated membranes and 12100wt% water for the cross-linked membranes). The best transport properties (dehydration of water/isopropanol mixtures at 22C) were demonstrated by a supported cross-linked membrane, containing 15wt% of UiO-66: permeation flux 0.473.38kg/(m2h), water content in permeate 99.9-97.5wt%.
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