Inorganic Adsorbent Membranes for Methane Separation from Carbon Dioxide

The possibility of improving both the selectivity and the flux for gas separation applications with inorganic adsorbent membranes has been looked at for separation of CO2, CH4, H2, N2 and other gases by synthesizing crystalline zeolites on top and in the pores of different inorganic support materials. Preliminary results are very promising, with observed separation factors much higher than membranes alone or adsorbents alone.


Photos from METU in Turkey 2014.


Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

University of Ottawa

161 Louis-Pasteur (Colonel By - A-334)

Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5

+1 613-562-5800 ext. 6107


Created by Lauren Rose | Edited by Ye Carrier

Last updated by Suboohi Shervani in December 2020

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