ACS Chemical and Engineering News publishes “How membranes are upending chemical separations”

ACS Chemical and Engineering News published on “How membranes are upending chemical separations” in their Sep. 13, 2020 issue. Academic and industrial membrane researchers from Georgia Tech, Imperial College of London, Queen Mary University of London, and ExxonMobil were highlighted for their materials innovations towards hyperfiltration of crude oil fractions. Additionally, Hannah Murnen, CTO at Compact Membrane Systems mentioned their applications in dehydrating organic solvents, as well as, new efforts towards silver-facilitated transport of olefins. Other new companies mentioned for various efforts in the membrane-based industrial chemical separations milieu include, Ontario-based start-up Imtex Membranes; Via Separations, in Somerville, MA; Chemetry from Moss Landing, CA; and Ecolectro (Ithaca, NY) and Evonik’s cooperation on AEMs for water electrolyzers.

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