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Study of Porogens in Polymer-0D Nanomaterial Composite membrane

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Department of Chemistry Ranchi College, Ranchi-Jharkhand, INDIA

Res. J. Physical Sci., Volume 2, Issue (3), Pages 1-3, June,4 (2014)


Polymer nano particle composite membrane has drastically increases the efficiency in purification process. In view of its practical applicability it leaves a platform for the researcher to synthesize ,characterize and study of pore size of 0Dnonmaterial composite membrane. Metal nanoparticles of different size are introduced into a polymer solution and dispersed by continuous stirring. The polymer nanometal particle membrane is isolated by removing the solvent. The samples were structurally characterized by SEM analysis, Porosimetry by mercury intrusion and measurements of weight by immersion, for ion exchange capacity, morphology, and performance.


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