Inorganic Membranes Laboratory mainly focuses on synthesis, characterization and applications of inorganic membranes with ordered porous structures such as zeolites, mesoporous silica or carbon, metal-organic frameworks, etc. The aim of our group is to understand the membrane formation and separation mechanisms in order to develop novel synthesis strategies to fabricate high performance membrane systems. The applications of these membranes are targeted on gas separations, hydrocarbon mixture separations, membrane reactors, wastewater treatment, and recovery of industrial organic solvents.
We are also interested in coupling of inorganic and polymeric materials to develop novel mixed matrix membranes. Another area is synthesis of porous materials into nanostructures such as core-shell nanostructure and study their potential applications such as drug deliveries and micro-membrane reactors.
This micro compounder has a base capacity of 15 ml and can process batch volumes of 3, 7 or 15 ml via proprietary Vari-Batch™ technology.
Multilingual Selection, Rotor Calculator, On-Board Training Videos, User Logging, User Lock-Out, Automatic Door Opening, Rotor Speed Handle. Max speed 27000 rpm, max load 8×75 gm.
This instrument can be used to modify the surface property and it is possible to modify virtually any surface, such as ceramic, polymer, metal. It offers several versatile applications.
The System contains a fast digital function generator, a high speed data acquisition circuitry, A potentiostat and a galvanostat.
The glovebox (or glove box) is a sealed container that is designed to allow one to manipulate objects where a separate atmosphere is desired.
The INPHAZE Spectrometer System uses electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) to measure the complex impedance of a dielectric sample over a frequency range from milliHertz to MegaHertz
A tube furnace is an electric heating device used to conduct syntheses and purifications of inorganic compounds and occasionally in organic synthesis.
Sonication can be used for the production of nanoparticles, such as nanoemulsions, nanocrystals, liposomes and wax emulsions, as well as for wastewater purification, extraction of plant oil, many other processes.
The heart of the IsoSORP® Sorption Analysis instruments is the Magnetic Suspension Balance for accurately weighing the sample material.
Adding an exciting new chapter to a 40-year history of GC leadership, Agilent’s 7890A GC gives you everything you need to take your lab to the next level of GC and GC/MS performance
The Langmuir (L), Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) and Langmuir-Schaefer (LS) techniques enable fabrication and characterization of single molecule thick films with control over the packing density of molecules.