Poly(ethyleneimine) infused and functionalized Torlon(R)-silica hollow fiber sorbents for post-combustion CO2 capture
- Poly(ethyleneimine) infused and functionalized Torlon(R)-silica hollow fiber sorbents for post-combustion CO2 capture
- Fuyue Stephanie Li; Yinig Labreche; Ryan P. Lively; 이종석; Christopher W. Jones; William J. Koros
- Polymer modification; Poly(ethyleneimine); Fiber sorbents
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- VOL 55, NO 6, 1341-1346
- Organiceinorganic hybrid materials functionalized with amine-containing reagents are emerging as an important class of materials for capturing carbon dioxide from flue gas. Polymeric silica hollow fiber sorbents are fabricated through the proven dry-jet/wet-quench spinning process. In our study, a new technique for functionalizing polymeric silica hollow fiber sorbents with poly(ethyleneimine), followed by a post-spinning infusion step was studied. This two step process introduces a sufficient amount of poly(ethyleneimine) to the polymeric silica hybrid material support to improve the CO2 sorption capacity due to the added amine groups. The poly(ethyleneimine) infused and functionalized hollow fiber sorbents are also characterized by a thermal gravimetric analyzer (TGA) to assess their CO2 sorption capacities.
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