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Can the NIST Adsorption Database Be Used to Highlight Potential Materials for Gas Separation?

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revised on 19.08.2019, 09:43 and posted on 19.08.2019, 16:21 by Paul Iacomi, Philip L. Llewellyn
Scientific literature is replete with descriptions of novel adsorbent materials, making the selection of such adsorbents for gas storage and separation a trudging task, and often resulting in overlooked materials. Here, we use a high throughput methodology o process a dataset of 28 000 adsorption isotherms from the NIST adsorption database (ISODB) and generate key performance indicators applicable to ambient temperature binary separation on 1500 materials in the collection, with 30 adsorbed guests. The procedure is validated against high-quality laboratory isotherms to confirm the accuracy of the derived indicators. The results are then collated in a powerful online dashboard, which can be used to explore the binary correlations. Finally, we use this toolchain to scrutinize several challenging and industrially relevant case studies and highlight somematerials which may be promising for further analysis.

Funding

Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant 641887 (DEFNET)

History

Email Address of Submitting Author

mail@pauliacomi.com

Institution

University of Montpellier, Aix-Marseille University

Country

France

ORCID For Submitting Author

0000-0001-5477-1503

Declaration of Conflict of Interest

No conflict of interest to declare.

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