Stabilizing Electrochemical Carbon Capture Membrane with Al2O3 Thin-Film Overcoating Synthesized by Chemical Vapor Deposition
Development of high-efficiency and cost-effective carbon capture technology is a central element of our effort to battle the global warming and climate change. Here we report that the unique high-flux and high-selectivity of electrochemical silver-carbonate dual-phase membranes can be retained for an extended period of operation by overcoating the surfaces of porous silver matrix with a uniform layer of Al2O3 thin-film derived from chemical vapor deposition.
Published in Chemical Communications, Volume 51, Issue 14, 2015, pages 2936-2938.
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This article was first published by the Royal Society of Chemistry and can be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c4cc09352f
Tong, J., Si, F., Zhang, L., Fang, J., Han, M., & Huang, K. (2015). Stabilizing Electrochemical Carbon Capture Membrane with Al2O3 Thin-Film Overcoating Synthesized by Chemical Vapor Deposition. Chemical Communications, 51 (14), 2936 – 2938. http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C4CC09352F
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