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Encyclopedia of Membranes
PVA-based anion-exchange membrane consists of poly(vinyl alcohol)(PVA) matrix and anionexchange groups (positively charged groups); hence, anions selectively permeate through the membrane. PVA is one of the most popular polymers that has been used as a membrane matrix, because a film made from PVA shows good physical properties, high hydrophilicity, process ability, biocompatibility, and good chemical resistance. PVA is a water-soluble polymer and does not have any anion-exchange groups. Hence,doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40872-4_514-1 fatcat:6dx2mzf2ffb6blwpwzjiksxnsy