A reactor cell for measuring gas and liquid permeation is disclosed. A hollow fiber is supported by and sealed into a first hole and a second hole of the reactor module. The first and second ends of the hollow fiber are sealed with a sealing solution. Methods for making and using the reactor cell are also disclosed. As made and used, the reactor cell further comprises a molecular sieving membrane that is uniform and free of defects grown on an inner bore surface of the hollow fiber.
S. Nair et al., "High Efficiency, High Performance Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) Membranes in Hollow Fibers and Tubular Modules," U.S. Patents, Jun 2018.
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
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12 Jun 2018