Advances in Materials Science Research. Volume 49


Maryann C. Wythers (Editor)

Series: Advances in Materials Science Research
BISAC: TEC021000

This volume describes some of the latest advancements in materials science research. Chapter One presents comprehensive information about recent advancements and applications of conjugated polymer-modified electrodes reported in the literature. Chapter Two focuses on polymer membrane modules for large and small scale separations. Chapter Three focuses on the research work done so far on the applications of membrane systems for CO2 capture and storage. Chapter Four presents the structural diagram of the reliability of building materials production in the form of a set of series-connected technological operations. Chapter Five introduces a recently proposed nanoflake model to re-estimate the strength of vitreous silica. Lastly, Chapter Six investigates the structural and electronic properties of Perovskite compositions to describe the control of electronic properties for technological applications.

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Electrochemical Fabrication and Characterization of Conjugated Polymer Modified Electrodes
(Asuman Unal – Cankiri Karatekin University, Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Cankiri, Turkey)

Chapter 2. Polymer-Based Hollow Fiber Membranes for Direct Gas Separation
(Xiao Yuan Chen, Anguo Xiao and Denis Rodrigue – College of Chemistry and Materials Engineering, Hunan University of Arts and Science, Changde, China, et al.)

Chapter 3. Membrane Technology for Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage
(D. Hidalgo, J. M. Martín-Marroquín, and S. Sanz-Bedate – Area of Circular Economy, CARTIF Technology Center, Boecillo, Spain)

Chapter 4. Quality Assurance of Building Materials
(V. I. Loganina, M. V. Zaytseva and T. V. Uchaeva – Department of Quality Management and Construction Production Technology, Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, Russia)

Chapter 5. Strength and Brittleness of Vitreous Silica
(S. Cheng – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA)

Chapter 6. Quantum Mechanical Simulations to Model Technological Ti-Based Perovskites
(Marisa Carvalho de Oliveira, Elson Longo, Weber Duarte Mesquita, Maria Fernanda do Carmo Gurgel, Renan Augusto Pontes Ribeiro, and Sergio Ricardo de Lazaro – Federal University of São Carlos, São Carlos, SP, Brazil, et al.)


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