Johannes C. Jansen mostly deals with Chemical engineering, Polymer, Polymer chemistry, Permeation and Gas separation. His work deals with themes such as Organic chemistry, Solubility, Molecular sieve, Zeolite and Diffusion, which intersect with Chemical engineering. The various areas that Johannes C. Jansen examines in his Polymer study include Selectivity, Barrer, Permeability and Natural gas.
His Polymer chemistry study incorporates themes from Solvent, Nanofiltration, Nitrile and Norbornene, Monomer. Johannes C. Jansen studied Permeation and Sorption that intersect with Nanoparticle, Zeolitic imidazolate framework, Amine gas treating and Borane. His Gas separation research incorporates themes from Ionic liquid and Kinetic diameter.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chemical engineering, Polymer, Permeation, Polymer chemistry and Gas separation. His Chemical engineering research incorporates themes from Organic chemistry, Solvent, Solubility, Permeability and Zeolite. His Synthetic membrane study in the realm of Polymer interacts with subjects such as Tröger's base.
His Permeation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diffusion, Sorption and Analytical chemistry. His Polymer chemistry study incorporates themes from Copolymer, Polymerization, Ether, Molar mass distribution and Monomer. His work focuses on many connections between Gas separation and other disciplines, such as Phase inversion, that overlap with his field of interest in Casting and Permeance.
Johannes C. Jansen mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Polymer, Permeation, Gas separation and Solubility. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hydrogen, Phase, Ionic liquid, Thin-film composite membrane and Mixed matrix. The Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Young's modulus, Membrane technology, Modulus and Natural gas.
Johannes C. Jansen combines subjects such as Selectivity, Permeability, Sorption and Diffusion with his study of Permeation. His Sorption research focuses on Gravimetric analysis and how it relates to Amine gas treating. His work carried out in the field of Gas separation brings together such families of science as Hemilability, Single crystal, Thermal diffusivity and Synthetic membrane.
Johannes C. Jansen focuses on Permeation, Polymer, Chemical engineering, Gas separation and Solubility. His Polymer research includes themes of Diffusion, Thermal diffusivity, Amine gas treating and Natural gas. His Diffusion research integrates issues from Mass spectrometry, Analytical chemistry, Quadrupole mass analyzer and Capillary action.
His studies in Chemical engineering integrate themes in fields like Selectivity and Barrer. Johannes C. Jansen works mostly in the field of Gas separation, limiting it down to topics relating to Permeability and, in certain cases, Thin-film composite membrane and Nitrogen, as a part of the same area of interest. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Solubility, Gravimetric analysis and Polymer blend is strongly linked to Sorption.
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An efficient polymer molecular sieve for membrane gas separations.
Mariolino Carta;Richard Malpass-Evans;Matthew Croad;Yulia Rogan.
The monoclinic framework structure of zeolite H-ZSM-5. Comparison with the orthorhombic framework of as-synthesized ZSM-5
H. van Koningsveld;J.C. Jansen;H. van Bekkum.
Effect of additives in the casting solution on the formation of PVDF membranes
Enrica Fontananova;Johannes C. Jansen;Alessandra Cristiano;Efrem Curcio.
Gas permeation parameters of mixed matrix membranes based on the polymer of intrinsic microporosity PIM-1 and the zeolitic imidazolate framework ZIF-8
Alexandra F. Bushell;Martin P. Attfield;Christopher R. Mason;Peter M. Budd.
Journal of Membrane Science (2013)
Microwave preparation of zeolite Y and ZSM-5
A. Arafat;J.C. Jansen;A.R. Ebaid;H. van Bekkum.
A Spirobifluorene-Based Polymer of Intrinsic Microporosity with Improved Performance for Gas Separation
C. Grazia Bezzu;Mariolino Carta;Alexander Tonkins;Johannes C. Jansen.
Advanced Materials (2012)
Triptycene Induced Enhancement of Membrane Gas Selectivity for Microporous Tröger's Base Polymers
Mariolino Carta;Matthew Croad;Richard Malpass-Evans;Johannes C. Jansen.
Advanced Materials (2014)
A new templating method for three-dimensional mesoporenetworks
J. C. Jansen;Z. Shan;L. Marchese;W. Zhou.
Chemical Communications (2001)
Nanoporous Organic Polymer/Cage Composite Membranes†
Alexandra F. Bushell;Peter M. Budd;Martin P. Attfield;James T. A. Jones.
Angewandte Chemie (2013)
Overgrowth of mesoporous MCM-41 on faujasite
K.R. Kloetstra;H.W. Zandbergen;J.C. Jansen;H. van Bekkum.
Microporous Materials (1996)
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