Polymer Nanocomposite Membranes for Pervaporation assesses recent applications in the pervaporation performance of polymer
nanocomposites of different length scales. The book discusses the effects of a range of nanofillers, their dispersion, the
effect of different polymers, and organic and inorganic nanomaterials in the pervaporation process. In addition, the book
explores how the different properties of a variety of nanocomposite materials make them better for use in different types
of liquids, while also discussing the challenges of using different nanocomposites for this purpose effectively and safely.
In particular, polymer nanocomposites for g nanoscale dispersion, filler/polymer interactions, and morphology are addressed.
This is an important reference source for materials scientists, chemical engineers and environmental engineers who
want to learn more about how polymer nanocomposites are being used to make the pervaporation separation process more effective.