ionic membrane

ionic membrane

[ī′än·ik ′mem‚brān]
(chemical engineering)
Semipermeable membrane that conducts electricity; the application of an electric field to the membrane achieves an electrophoretic movement of ions through the membrane; used in electrodialysis.
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99 million from new shareholders, which will be used for two projects, namely the project of 300,000t/a ionic membrane caustic soda and project of distribution center of Anhui Linearfull, repayment of bank loan and supplement liquidity.
The Pt particles in the ionic membrane divide into two layers: the deposition layer with a depth of 1-2 [micro]m and the diffusion layer with a depth of 1-20 [micro]m [6, 18].
The membranes so produced were characterized with respect to water uptake, methanol permeability and proton conductivity as a function of temperature in order to emphasizing the effect of the inorganic component on performances of the ionic membranes.