effect of copolymer composition on the oxygen transport
Effect of Copolymer Composition on the Oxygen Transport
Effect of Copolymer Composition on the Oxygen Transport Properties of Sulfonated Poly(arylene ether sulfone) and Sulfonated Poly(sulﬁde sulfone) PEMs Lei Zhang, Christina Hampel,a and Sanjeev Mukerjeez Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts 02115, USA
(PDF) Effect of Copolymer Composition on the Oxygen Transport
Effect of Copolymer Composition on the Oxygen Transport Properties of Sulfonated Poly(arylene ether sulfone) and Sulfonated Poly(sulfide sulfone) PEMs Article (PDF Available) · June 2005 with 72
Effect of copolymer composition on free volume and gas
Similar behaviour has been observed in partially miscible blends  and suggests the presence of PCT-rich and PET-rich regions as expected in the copolymer. Since T3 and 73 both increase with CHDM content, the effect of copolymer composition on transport properties is easy to predict.
Effect of Grafted Copolymer Composition on Iron Oxide
The transport of engineered nanoparticles in porous media is of interest in numerous applications including electromagnetic imaging of subsurface reservoirs, enhanced oil recovery, and CO2 sequestration. A series of poly(2-acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propanesulfonic acid-co-acrylic acid) (poly(AMPS-co-AA)) random copolymers were grafted onto iron oxide (IO) nanoparticles (NPs) to provide colloidal
Effect of copolymer composition, temperature, and carbon
However, as shown here, the three factors influencing gas transport correlate well with free volume, and a simplified free volume model with only two adjustable parameters can satisfactorily describe the effects of copolymer composition, temperature, and CO 2 fugacity on pure- and mixed-gas transport properties.
The effects of humidity on gas transport properties
The magnitude of the permeability coefficient variation depends on the gas polarity and on the copolymer composition. A detailed analysis of the gas transport properties at anhydrous state and of the water sorption mechanism as a function of the copolymers composition allows to explain all the gas permeability variations as a function of hydration.
Effect of Salt Concentration on Ion Clustering and Transport
Effect of Chemical Variations in the Structure of Poly(ethylene oxide)-Based Polymers on Lithium Transport in Concentrated Electrolytes. Chemistry of Materials 2020 , 32 (1) , 121-126.
Effect of composition and nanostructure on CO2/N2 transport
The effect of cross-linker content on CO2 separation performance was also evaluated by varying the copolymer composition of cross-linked membranes from 5 to 100 mol% di-functional monomer.
Oxygen transport in crosslinked, silicon‐containing
Oxygen Transport The transient oxygen transmission study had a threefold purpose: (i) to deTABLE I Analysis of Copolymers of BMTDS and MMA Feed mole fraction of BMTDS, f 2 Copolymer mole fraction of BMTDS, Fz 0.09 f 0.01 0.15 f 0.02 0.18 f 0.01 0.32 f 0.02 0.41 f 0.01 0.55 f 0.01 OXYGEN TRANSPORT OF METHYL METHACRYLATE TIHE (HIN) Fig. 1.
Effect of block composition, size and functionality of poly
Moreover, the effect of TiO2 content on the molecular transport of solvents was examined by means of degree of swelling, volume fraction of rubber, penetration rate of solvent, mean diffusion
Effect of absorbed water on oxygen transport in EVOH matrices
Effect of absorbed water on oxygen transport in EVOH matrices. A molecular dynamics study Article in Polymer 45(10):3555-3564 · May 2004 with 21 Reads
Comparison of statistical and blocky copolymers of ethylene
A random copolymer with the same composition was synthesized for comparison. The study examined the effect of the comonomer distribution (blocky vs random) on the thermal behavior and oxygen transport properties of the glassy and cold‐drawn polymers.