Porous carbons for gas storage and separation: characterisation and performance

B McEnaney, E Alain, Y F Yin, T J Mays

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Abstract

In a review it was shown that modern absorbent carbons could be designed for specific applications in the fields of gas storage and gas sepn. Chem. vapor infiltration is described as a method to control the pore size of mol. sieve carbon, and by use of such material membranes could be designed for the sepn. of gas mixts. Absorbent carbons could be candidates for the storage of vehicle fuel gases, such as natural gas or H2.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationDesign and Control of Structure of Advanced Carbon Materials for Enhanced Performance
EditorsB Rand, S P Appleyard, M F Yardim
PublisherSpringer
Pages295-318
Number of pages24
Volume374
ISBN (Print)978-1-4020-0002-7
StatusPublished - 2001

Publication series

NameNATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences
PublisherSpringer

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Carbon
Gases
Sieves
Gas fuels
Infiltration
Pore size
Natural gas
Vapors
Membranes

Keywords

  • review mol sieve carbon porous gas storage sepn
  • Separation
  • Pore size
  • Porous materials
  • Natural gas Role
  • PROC (Process)
  • Molecular sieves
  • USES (Uses) (porous carbons for gas storage and sepn.)
  • Absorbents
  • TEM (Technical or engineered material use)
  • PYP (Physical process)
  • PEP (Physical
  • Fuel gases
  • Storage (porous carbons for gas storage and sepn.)
  • engineering or chemical process)

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McEnaney, B., Alain, E., Yin, Y. F., & Mays, T. J. (2001). Porous carbons for gas storage and separation: characterisation and performance. In B. Rand, S. P. Appleyard, & M. F. Yardim (Eds.), Design and Control of Structure of Advanced Carbon Materials for Enhanced Performance (Vol. 374, pp. 295-318). (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences). Springer.

Porous carbons for gas storage and separation: characterisation and performance. / McEnaney, B; Alain, E; Yin, Y F; Mays, T J.

Design and Control of Structure of Advanced Carbon Materials for Enhanced Performance. ed. / B Rand; S P Appleyard; M F Yardim. Vol. 374 Springer, 2001. p. 295-318 (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

McEnaney, B, Alain, E, Yin, YF & Mays, TJ 2001, Porous carbons for gas storage and separation: characterisation and performance. in B Rand, SP Appleyard & MF Yardim (eds), Design and Control of Structure of Advanced Carbon Materials for Enhanced Performance. vol. 374, NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences, Springer, pp. 295-318.
McEnaney B, Alain E, Yin YF, Mays TJ. Porous carbons for gas storage and separation: characterisation and performance. In Rand B, Appleyard SP, Yardim MF, editors, Design and Control of Structure of Advanced Carbon Materials for Enhanced Performance. Vol. 374. Springer. 2001. p. 295-318. (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences).
McEnaney, B ; Alain, E ; Yin, Y F ; Mays, T J. / Porous carbons for gas storage and separation: characterisation and performance. Design and Control of Structure of Advanced Carbon Materials for Enhanced Performance. editor / B Rand ; S P Appleyard ; M F Yardim. Vol. 374 Springer, 2001. pp. 295-318 (NATO Science Series E: Applied Sciences).
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