Method For Producing Carbon Molecular Sieve Membranes In Controlled Atmospheres
Williams, Paul Jason
Koros, William John
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The invention concerns carbon molecular sieve membranes ("CMS membranes"), and more particularly the use of such membranes in gas separation. In particular, the present disclosure concerns an advantageous method for producing CMS membranes with desired selectivity and permeability properties. By controlling and selecting the oxygen concentration in the pyrolysis atmosphere used to produce CMS membranes, membrane selectivity and permeability can be adjusted. Additionally, oxygen concentration can be used in conjunction with pyrolysis temperature to further produce tuned or optimized CMS membranes.
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