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Graphene-Based Membranes for CO2/CH4 Separation: Key Challenges and Perspectives
Increasing demand to strengthen energy security has increased the importance of natural gas sweetening and biogas upgrading processes. Membrane-based separation of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) is a relatively newer technology, which offers several competitive advantages, such as higher energy-efficiency and cost-effectiveness, over conventional technologies. Recently, the use of graphene-based materials to elevate the performance of polymeric membranes have attracted immensedoi:10.3390/app9142784 fatcat:rokw32mq5bbwfkydollm6kf3se