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By Edited by: Marek Bryjak, Katarzyna Majewska-Nowak, Malgorzata Kabsch-Korbutowicz

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ISBN-13: 9788370859220

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A. V. S. A. ROIZARD** THE INFLUENCE OF FILM THICKNESS ON PERMEABILITY OF GASES AND ORGANIC VAPORS THROUGH POLY(1-TRIMETHYLSILYLPROPYNE) Permeability properties of the most permeable polymer poly(1-trimethylsilylpropyne) depend on different factors, particularly catalytic system used for synthesis and conditions of film preparation. Permeability of gases and organic vapors through PTMSP films synthesized with different catalytic systems (Nb and Ta-based) in wide range of thickness (5–60 m) was investigated.

Application of vapor phase calibration method for determination of sorption of gases and VOC in polydimethylsiloxane membranes, Journal of Membrane Science, 209, 2002, pp. 39–52. , Determination of standard isotherms of the sorption of some vapors with cellulose, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 276, 2004, pp. 284–289. , Separation of methanol-benzene and methanol-toluene mixtures by pervaporation: effects of thermodynamics and structural phenomenon, Journal of Membrane Science, 201, 2002, pp.

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