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Ultrathin single bilayer separation membranes based on hyperbranched sulfonated poly(aryleneoxindole)

Nithya Joseph, Joice Thomas, Pejman Ahmadiannamini, Hans Van Gorp, Roy Bernstein, Steven De Feyter, Mario Smet, Wim Dehaen, Richard Hoogenboom UGent and Ivo FJ Vankelecom (2017) ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS. 27(9).
abstract
The layer-by-layer method is an attractive technique for the fabrication of ultrathin nanostructured polyelectrolyte multilayer membranes (PEMM). A simple two-step procedure is described here for the preparation of an ultrathin, nanostructured membrane comprising a 5-7 nm thick selective layer, consisting only of one single bilayer of poly(diallyldimethylammoniumchloride) and hyperbranched sulfonated poly(aryleneoxindole). These single bilayered membranes exhibit an outstanding solvent-resistant nanofiltration performance, which is superior to that of commercial membranes as well as to previously reported multilayer membranes having 10-20 bilayers. A comparative study between hyperbranched polyelectrolyte (HPE) and linear polyelectrolyte supports the role of the specific 3D structure of the hyperbranched polyelectrolyte in these excellent separation properties. The work thus encompasses the use of HPEs as an ideal choice for PEMMs, which opens up a new route to significantly decrease the overall membrane preparation time while realizing excellent filtration properties.
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SOLVENT-RESISTANT NANOFILTRATION, POLYELECTROLYTE MULTILAYER MEMBRANES, MOLECULAR SEPARATION, POLY(ACRYLIC ACID), ORGANIC-SOLVENTS, CROSS-LINKING, ACTIVE LAYER, FILMS, DENDRIMERS, POLYMERS, hyperbranched polymers, layer-by-layer methods, nanostructures, self-assembly, thin films
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS
Adv. Funct. Mater.
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27
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9
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1605068
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8 pages
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Article
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000395409200011
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1616-301X
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10.1002/adfm.201605068
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English
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8516312
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2017-03-30 12:07:01
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  author       = {Joseph, Nithya and Thomas, Joice and Ahmadiannamini, Pejman and Van Gorp, Hans and Bernstein, Roy and De Feyter, Steven and Smet, Mario and Dehaen, Wim and Hoogenboom, Richard and Vankelecom, Ivo FJ},
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  journal      = {ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS},
  keyword      = {SOLVENT-RESISTANT NANOFILTRATION,POLYELECTROLYTE MULTILAYER MEMBRANES,MOLECULAR SEPARATION,POLY(ACRYLIC ACID),ORGANIC-SOLVENTS,CROSS-LINKING,ACTIVE LAYER,FILMS,DENDRIMERS,POLYMERS,hyperbranched polymers,layer-by-layer methods,nanostructures,self-assembly,thin films},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {8},
  title        = {Ultrathin single bilayer separation membranes based on hyperbranched sulfonated poly(aryleneoxindole)},
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  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2017},
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Chicago
Joseph, Nithya, Joice Thomas, Pejman Ahmadiannamini, Hans Van Gorp, Roy Bernstein, Steven De Feyter, Mario Smet, Wim Dehaen, Richard Hoogenboom, and Ivo FJ Vankelecom. 2017. “Ultrathin Single Bilayer Separation Membranes Based on Hyperbranched Sulfonated Poly(aryleneoxindole).” Advanced Functional Materials 27 (9).
APA
Joseph, Nithya, Thomas, J., Ahmadiannamini, P., Van Gorp, H., Bernstein, R., De Feyter, S., Smet, M., et al. (2017). Ultrathin single bilayer separation membranes based on hyperbranched sulfonated poly(aryleneoxindole). ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS, 27(9).
Vancouver
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Joseph N, Thomas J, Ahmadiannamini P, Van Gorp H, Bernstein R, De Feyter S, et al. Ultrathin single bilayer separation membranes based on hyperbranched sulfonated poly(aryleneoxindole). ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS. 2017;27(9).
MLA
Joseph, Nithya, Joice Thomas, Pejman Ahmadiannamini, et al. “Ultrathin Single Bilayer Separation Membranes Based on Hyperbranched Sulfonated Poly(aryleneoxindole).” ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS 27.9 (2017): n. pag. Print.