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A Cryogenically Flexible Covalent Organic Framework For Efficient Hydrogen Isotope Separation By Quantum Sieving.

Hyunchul Oh, S. Kalidindi, Youngje Um, S. Bureekaew, Rochus Schmid, R. Fischer, M. Hirscher
Published 2013 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Conventional molecular sieves are often utilized in industryfor the purification of gas mixtures consisting of differentmolecular sizes. However, separation of hydrogen isotopesrequires special efforts because of their identical size, shape,and thermodynamic properties. Separation of isotope mix-tures is only possible with limited techniques, such ascryogenic distillation, thermal diffusion, and the Girdlersulfide process, but these methods have a low separationfactor and are excessively time- and energy-intensive.
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