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New types of dynamer membrane, their synthesis process and their uses

Référence

02677-01 -02

Mots-clés

Membrane, CO2 storage

Statut des brevets

French patent application FR0901540 filed on March 30th, 2009 entitled “Membrane polymère dynamique autosupportée, procédé de préparation et utilisations”
French patent application FR0901539 filed on March 30th, 2009 entitled “Membrane polymère dynamique autosupportée, procédé de préparation et utilisation”

Inventeurs

Gihane NASR
Mihail BARBOIU
Christophe CHARMETTE
José SANCHEZ MARCANO

Statut commercial

Exclusive or non exclusive licenses

Laboratoire

Institut Européen des Membranes (UMR5635) “ENSCM-UM2 “

Description

CONTEXT

The invention falls within the context of separation process and especially for gas separation such as carbon dioxyde.

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

The invention relates to a new dynamer membranes, to its synthesis process as well as its uses-as industrial gas filtration and separation in particular carbon dioxide, as chemical species separation, as polymer electrolyte in photovoltaic cells or fuel cells.

By chemically engineering the spacers between polymer, a tailored tridimensional network can be made in order to optimize gaseous flows.

BENEFITS

– New type of dynamer membranes that have specific properties regarded specific separations of a gazeous mixture.
– Separation of nitrogen versus oxygen.
– Separation of olefin versus paraffin.

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

Membrane filtration process, polymer electrolyte for photovoltaic cell or fuel cell, gas separation (carbon dioxide).

 


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