Microporous and dense ceramic membranes prepared by CVD and EVD

Jerry Lin, J. Meijerink, H. W. Brinkman, K. J. de Vries, A. J. Burggraa

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Abstract

Modified chemical vapour deposition (CVD) and electrochemical vapour deposition (EVD) technique is developed to prepare microporous or dense ceramic membranes by modifying ultrafiltration alumina membranes. Using this CVD/EVD technique, thin (2-5μm) or very thin (0.8-1μm) dense gas-tight yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ) films which are oxygen semipermeable were grown on various types of porous substrates. The surface properties and pore size of the top-layer of the alumina membranes were modified by depositing a zirconia/yttria (ZY) solid solution on the internal pore surface of the membrane top-layer in order to obtain gas separation properties of surface diffusion or microporous diffusion.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationInorganic Membranes ICIM2-91
Place of PublicationZuerich, Switzerland
PublisherPubl by Trans Tech Publ
Pages465-468
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)0878496254
StatePublished - 1991
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Inorganic Membranes - ICIM2-91 - Montpellier, Fr
Duration: Jul 1 1991Jul 4 1991

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OtherProceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Inorganic Membranes - ICIM2-91
CityMontpellier, Fr
Period7/1/917/4/91

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Ceramic membranes
Vapor deposition
Chemical vapor deposition
Membranes
Alumina
Yttrium oxide
Surface diffusion
Yttria stabilized zirconia
Ultrafiltration
Gases
Zirconia
Pore size
Surface properties
Solid solutions
Oxygen
Substrates

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Lin, J., Meijerink, J., Brinkman, H. W., de Vries, K. J., & Burggraa, A. J. (1991). Microporous and dense ceramic membranes prepared by CVD and EVD. In Inorganic Membranes ICIM2-91 (pp. 465-468). Zuerich, Switzerland: Publ by Trans Tech Publ.

Microporous and dense ceramic membranes prepared by CVD and EVD. / Lin, Jerry; Meijerink, J.; Brinkman, H. W.; de Vries, K. J.; Burggraa, A. J.

Inorganic Membranes ICIM2-91. Zuerich, Switzerland : Publ by Trans Tech Publ, 1991. p. 465-468.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Lin, J, Meijerink, J, Brinkman, HW, de Vries, KJ & Burggraa, AJ 1991, Microporous and dense ceramic membranes prepared by CVD and EVD. in Inorganic Membranes ICIM2-91. Publ by Trans Tech Publ, Zuerich, Switzerland, pp. 465-468, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Inorganic Membranes - ICIM2-91, Montpellier, Fr, 7/1/91.
Lin J, Meijerink J, Brinkman HW, de Vries KJ, Burggraa AJ. Microporous and dense ceramic membranes prepared by CVD and EVD. In Inorganic Membranes ICIM2-91. Zuerich, Switzerland: Publ by Trans Tech Publ. 1991. p. 465-468
Lin, Jerry ; Meijerink, J. ; Brinkman, H. W. ; de Vries, K. J. ; Burggraa, A. J. / Microporous and dense ceramic membranes prepared by CVD and EVD. Inorganic Membranes ICIM2-91. Zuerich, Switzerland : Publ by Trans Tech Publ, 1991. pp. 465-468
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