Themed collection Catalytic Membrane Reaction Chemistry
A mini-review on recent developments in SAPO-34 zeolite membranes and membrane reactors
Schematic diagram of a SAPO-34 membrane for various gas separation.
Proton conducting membranes for hydrogen and ammonia production
Dense proton conducting membranes possess 100% hydrogen selectivity and excellent stability under practical conditions, and serve as promising technologies for hydrogen and ammonia production.
Electro-catalytic membrane reactors for the degradation of organic pollutants – a review
Electro-catalytic membrane reactor exhibiting electro-oxidation degradation of organic pollutants on anodic membrane.
Catalytic ceramic oxygen ionic conducting membrane reactors for ethylene production
Catalytic ceramic oxygen ionic conducting membrane reactors have great potential in the production of high value-added chemicals as they can couple chemical reactions with separation within a single unit, allowing process intensification.
Zeolite membrane reactors: from preparation to application in heterogeneous catalytic reactions
Coupling chemical reaction with membrane separation or known as membrane reactor (MR) has been demonstrated by numerous studies and showed that this strategy has successfully addressed the goal of process intensification.
Catalytic mixed conducting ceramic membrane reactors for methane conversion
Schematic of catalytic mixed conducting ceramic membrane reactors for various reactions: (a) O2 permeable ceramic membrane reactor; (b) H2 permeable ceramic membrane reactor; (c) CO2 permeable ceramic membrane reactor.
Tailoring of a catalyst La0.8Ce0.1Ni0.4Ti0.6O3−δ interlayer via in situ exsolution for a catalytic membrane reactor
Tailored nickel nanoparticles on La0.8Ce0.1Ni0.4Ti0.6O3−δ surfaces were prepared by in situ exsolution and used in the Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3−δ catalytic membrane reactor for high-efficient partial oxidation of methane.
Unveiling the effects of dimensionality of tin oxide-derived catalysts on CO2 reduction by using gas-diffusion electrodes
Catalyst dimensionality is essential for the reactivity and selectivity of gas-diffusion electrodes for CO2 electrochemical reduction to produce formate.
About this collection
Guest Editors: Professor Sibudjing Kawi (National University of Singapore), Professor Shaomin Liu (Curtin University, Australia), Professor Xiaoyao Tan (Tiangong University, China) and Dr Zhigang Wang (National University of Singapore)
This special issue on Catalytic Membrane Reaction Chemistry is dedicated to the latest opinions, research and review articles reporting on the broad joint research area between membrane separation and catalytic membrane reaction chemistry and aims to make a significant contribution to solving problems in industrial and environmental applications. It will cover aspects of membrane synthesis chemistry, mechanistic and kinetic studies in catalytic membrane reactors, interactions between membrane and catalyst, as well as membrane applications in a variety of catalytic processes.