2021   02   en   p.12-16 Sh.O. Eminov, A.Kh. Karimova, E.A. Ibrahimova, J.A. Guliyev,
Free standing AAO nanoporous membranes for liquid filtration


The method for creation of membranes of alumina (AAO) films for water filtration by anodization of aluminum foils in oxalic acid was descripted. The obtained foils were characterized by SEM and optical microscopes. The permeability measurements of the membranes have shown that the membranes are suitable for precision separation of liquid and gaseous mixtures in laboratory conditions.

Keywords: Membranes, anodic oxidized aluminum, AAO, liquid filtration.
PACS: 61.46.Km


Received: 12.04.2021


Institute of Physics NAS Azerbaijan, H.Javid ave., 131 Baku, Azerbaijan
E-mail: ayselkerimova00@mail.ru

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