Supported polysilsesquioxane membrane and production thereof

R. Kreiter (Uitvinder), M. Creatore (Uitvinder), F.P. Cuperus (Uitvinder), J.F. Vente (Uitvinder), P.H. Tchoua Ngamou (Uitvinder)

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Membranes of the invention comprise a hybrid silica film on a organic polymer support. The silica comprises organic bridging groups bound to two or more silicon atoms, in particular at least 1 of said organic bridging groups per 10 silicon atoms. The membranes can be produced by dry chemistry processes, in particular plasma-enhanced vapour deposition of bridged silane precursors, or by wet chemistry involving hydrolysis of the bridged silane precursors. The membranes are inexpensive and efficient for separation of small molecules and filtration processes.
Originele taal-2Engels
OctrooinummerWO2013066184 A1
Prioriteitsdatum28/04/56
StatusGepubliceerd - 10 mei 2013

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Silanes
Silicon
Membranes
Silicon Dioxide
Atoms
Vapor deposition
Organic polymers
Patents and inventions
Hydrolysis
Plasmas
Molecules
polysilsesquioxane

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Kreiter, R., Creatore, M., Cuperus, F. P., Vente, J. F., & Tchoua Ngamou, P. H. (2013). Supported polysilsesquioxane membrane and production thereof. (Octrooi Nr. WO2013066184 A1).
Kreiter, R. (Uitvinder) ; Creatore, M. (Uitvinder) ; Cuperus, F.P. (Uitvinder) ; Vente, J.F. (Uitvinder) ; Tchoua Ngamou, P.H. (Uitvinder). / Supported polysilsesquioxane membrane and production thereof. Octrooi Nr.: WO2013066184 A1.
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