Perfluorinated Compounds as Test Media for Porous Membranes
AbstractWe suggest a failure-free method of porous membranes characterization that gives the researcher the opportunity to compare and characterize properties of any porous membrane. This proposal is supported by an investigation of eight membranes made of different organic and inorganic materials, with nine different perfluorinated compounds. It was found that aromatic compounds, perfluorobenzene, and perfluorotoluene, used in the current study show properties different from other perfluorinated aliphatics. They demonstrate extreme deviation from the general sequence indicating the existence of π-π-interaction on the pore wall. The divergence of the flow for cyclic compounds from ideal e.g., linear compounds can be an indication of the pore dimension. View Full-Text
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Clodt, J.I.; Filiz, V.; Shishatskiy, S. Perfluorinated Compounds as Test Media for Porous Membranes. Membranes 2017, 7, 51.
Clodt JI, Filiz V, Shishatskiy S. Perfluorinated Compounds as Test Media for Porous Membranes. Membranes. 2017; 7(3):51.Chicago/Turabian Style
Clodt, Juliana I.; Filiz, Volkan; Shishatskiy, Sergey. 2017. "Perfluorinated Compounds as Test Media for Porous Membranes." Membranes 7, no. 3: 51.
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