About the Project
This project will focus on development of highly stable composite membranes using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and polymers for separation of greenhouse gases, like carbon dioxide. Selected water-stable MOFs will be identified and used to develop composite membranes followed by their screening for carbon dioxide capture and separation.
During this project the student will be introduced with one of the most topical area of research in chemistry, and will receive intensive training on synthesis of porous MOFs and their polymer composite. The student will also receive intensive training in handling various analytical techniques which includes (but not limited to), X-ray diffraction (PXRD, and SMX), IR, NMR, UV-Vis, TGA, BET-surface area analysis, permeability study etc. The student will be guided to interpret, communicate, and disseminate the results generated from the research project in form of publications and conferences.
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