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1989]. , oxygen or water vapor) permeates through the solid oxide electrolyte plug and reacts with the organometaUic vapor to continue deposition. Given sufficient time, the plug can advance to the pore mouth and the deposition can even progress further to form a film on the surface of the substrate that is in contact with the organometallic compound(s). Thus, the membrane obtained essentially does not have through-pores. , 1989]. In stage 1, the walls of the support pores are coated with a very thin deposit layer which modify the surface chemistry of the pores.
USA). This Page Intentionally Left Blank 15 CHAPTER 2 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF INORGANIC MEMBRANES AND COMMERCIALIZATION As stated in the previous chapter, for the convenience of discussions throughout this book, inorganic membranes will be classified into two broad categories: dense and porous membranes. The difference between the two categories is not so much a matter of the absolute size of the "pores" in the membrane structures, but rather more a distinction of the generally accepted transport mechanisms for the permeate.
The confidential membranes are believed to be made of nickel and high-nickel alloys but other membrane materials possibly have also been considered. S. and France, other countries such as the Soviet Union, China and England were also involved in using presumably inorganic membranes for its gaseous diffusion operations although little has been documented. Ceramic membranes were also made by the anodic oxide process (to be discussed later in Chapter 3) in Sweden for military and nuclear applications.