Pore Structure Analysis & Characterisation – Performance evaluation

  • Pore size distribution, surface area analysis, pore volume and pore connectivity by applying techniques such as: nitrogen and mercury porosimetry, absolute and relativity gas and gas vapours permeability (single and multi-phase), adsorption in conjunction with neutron scattering experiments.
  • Microscopy (Scanning Electron-Field Emission, Atomic Force)
  • Spectroscopy (HPLC, GC, MS, EDAX).
  • Development of techniques for characterising the surface chemistry of porous materials (adsorption /desorption of probe molecules, multiple base titrations, temperature programmed desorption – mass spectroscopy (TPD-MS).
  • Characterisation, evaluation and performance validation of porous materials, membranes and catalysts under the framework of various environmental and industrial applications (separation of gaseous pollutants, gas-liquid-vapour permeability-selectivity, reverse osmosis, membrane distillation, photocatalysis, nano and ultra-filtration, heavy metal adsorption, control drug release and transcutaneous dosing systems, other biotechnological applications etc.).

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