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Fabrication and characterization of hydrophobic porous metallic membranes for high temperature applications
Hydrophobic porous metallic membranes can be integrated in a microreactor for in situ separation of steam at high temperatures. This study investigates the fabrication and characterization of hydrophobic coatings on metallic substrates. Two different coating methods were explored: (1) Plasma Enhanced—Chemical Vapor Deposition (PE-CVD) to form amorphous carbon silicon-doped a-C:H:Si:O thin films and (2) Direct Immersion in fluoroalkyl silane (FAS-13) solution using dip coating to formdoi:10.5445/ir/1000133863 fatcat:3ze4fwlo5zc3dayjituteydocy