The Royal Society of Chemistry has published an article by Dementyev and Gölzhäuser investigating the Anti-Arrhenius passage of gaseous molecules through nanoporous two-dimensional membranes, the study underlines the important role of gas–surface interactions in two-dimensional membranes.
Silson’s silicon nitride membranes with 5um holes were used during the experimental process. The article concludes: “the implication is that gas separation can be facilitated by tuning the number of adsorbates via temperature, pressure, and surface affinity”.
Follow this link to read about the research in full!
MDPI have published an article by Beaudier et Al which explains their investigation of "the effects of targeted irra...