Stable Hybrid Silica Nanosieve Membranes for the Dehydration of Lower Alcohols

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Kreiter, Robert and Rietkerk, Mariëlle D.A. and Castricum, Hessel L and Veen van, Henk M. and Elshof ten, Johan E. and Vente, Jaap F. (2009) Stable Hybrid Silica Nanosieve Membranes for the Dehydration of Lower Alcohols. ChemSusChem, 2 (2). pp. 158-160. ISSN 1864-5631

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Abstract:A thirst for water: Organic–inorganic hybrid silica nanosieve membranes with narrow pore size distributions were developed for the separation of binary (bio)alcohol/water mixtures, for example, to remove water from wet biofuels during production. These membranes dehydrate lower alcohols and show a stable performance in the presence of significant amounts of acetic acid.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cssc.200800198
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