MFI zeolite membranes from a- and randomly oriented monolayers
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- Choi, J., Ghosh, S., King, L. et al. Adsorption (2006) 12: 339. doi:10.1007/s10450-006-0564-y
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c-Oriented columnar MFI films made by secondary growth of randomly oriented seed monolayers, deposited using sonication-assisted covalent attachment, exhibit n-hexane/2,2-dimethylbutane separation factor of up to 104, n-/i-butane separation factor of up to 50, and p-/o-xylene separation factor of up to 2. A MFI film from a-oriented seed layer shows lower separation factors for the linear vs. branched isomers but higher separation factor for p-/o-xylene.