Method Of Modifying Membrane Surface With Oriented Monolayers Of Amphiphilic Compounds
Speaker, Lois M.
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A method of improving the separatory properties of membranes by the deposition of a fluorinated amphiphilic compound in an oriented Langmuir-Blodgett layer on the membrane surface so as to increase membrane selectivity and counteract membrane surface properties leading to fouling during liquid-liquid separations and enhance gas selectivities of membranes used for gas-gas separations. The use of a fluorinated long-chain pyridinium bromide is specifically disclosed.
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