His scientific interests lie mostly in Membrane, Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Ether and Chemical engineering. Michael D. Guiver has researched Membrane in several fields, including Electrolyte and Nuclear chemistry. His Polymer chemistry research includes themes of Copolymer, Monomer, Thermal stability and Condensation polymer.
His Polymer research integrates issues from Semipermeable membrane, Microporous material, Swelling and Surface modification. His Ether research incorporates themes from Aryl, Arylene, Nafion, Ketone and Sulfuric acid. His research in Chemical engineering focuses on subjects like Conductivity, which are connected to Electrochemistry.
Michael D. Guiver mainly focuses on Membrane, Polymer chemistry, Chemical engineering, Polymer and Ether. Michael D. Guiver has included themes like Ion exchange, Organic chemistry, Methanol and Nafion in his Membrane study. His research integrates issues of Copolymer, Polysulfone and Condensation polymer in his study of Polymer chemistry.
His Chemical engineering research includes themes of Electrolyte, Selectivity, Permeation and Conductivity. The various areas that he examines in his Polymer study include Gas separation, Semipermeable membrane, Permeability and Solubility. The Ether study combines topics in areas such as Aryl, Arylene, Ketone, Thermal stability and Monomer.
Michael D. Guiver spends much of his time researching Membrane, Chemical engineering, Polymer, Polymer chemistry and Ion exchange. His Membrane research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Selectivity, Oxide and Conductivity. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electrolyte, Hydrogen and Catalysis.
The concepts of his Polymer study are interwoven with issues in Sorption, Permeability, Tetrazole, Biogas and Chemical stability. His Polymer chemistry study often links to related topics such as Ether. His work in Ether tackles topics such as Ketone which are related to areas like Sulfonic acid and Arylene.
Michael D. Guiver mostly deals with Membrane, Chemical engineering, Polymer, Gas separation and Polymer chemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Microporous material, Oxide, Hydroxide and Conductivity. His work carried out in the field of Microporous material brings together such families of science as Plasticizer and Monomer.
His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydrogen, Membrane distillation, Ionic conductivity and Ceramic. His work deals with themes such as Composite number, Filler, Biogas and Process engineering, which intersect with Polymer. His Gas separation study combines topics in areas such as Polyimide, Diamine, Polymerization and Dimethoxymethane.
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Proton conducting composite membranes from polyether ether ketone and heteropolyacids for fuel cell applications
S.M.J Zaidi;S.D Mikhailenko;G.P Robertson;M.D Guiver.
Journal of Membrane Science (2000)
Synthesis and characterization of sulfonated poly(ether ether ketone) for proton exchange membranes
Peixiang Xing;Peixiang Xing;Gilles P Robertson;Michael D Guiver;Serguei D Mikhailenko.
Journal of Membrane Science (2004)
Polymer nanosieve membranes for CO2-capture applications
Naiying Du;Ho Bum Park;Gilles P. Robertson;Mauro M. Dal-Cin.
Nature Materials (2011)
Sulfonated hydrocarbon membranes for medium-temperature and low-humidity proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs)
Chi Hoon Park;Chang Hyun Lee;Michael D. Guiver;Michael D. Guiver;Young Moo Lee.
Progress in Polymer Science (2011)
Hydrocarbon-Based Polymer Electrolyte Membranes: Importance of Morphology on Ion Transport and Membrane Stability.
Dong Won Shin;Michael D. Guiver;Michael D. Guiver;Young Moo Lee.
Chemical Reviews (2017)
Polysulfone/silica nanoparticle mixed-matrix membranes for gas separation
Juhyeon Ahn;Juhyeon Ahn;Wook-Jin Chung;Ingo Pinnau;Michael D. Guiver.
Journal of Membrane Science (2008)
Advances in high permeability polymer-based membrane materials for CO2 separations
Shaofei Wang;Xueqin Li;Hong Wu;Zhizhang Tian.
Energy and Environmental Science (2016)
Advances in high permeability polymeric membrane materials for CO2 separations
Naiying Du;Ho Bum Park;Mauro M. Dal-Cin;Michael D. Guiver;Michael D. Guiver.
Energy and Environmental Science (2012)
Proton conducting membranes based on cross-linked sulfonated poly(ether ether ketone) (SPEEK)
Serguei D Mikhailenko;Keping Wang;Serge Kaliaguine;Peixiang Xing;Peixiang Xing.
Journal of Membrane Science (2004)
Aromatic Poly(ether ketone)s with Pendant Sulfonic Acid Phenyl Groups Prepared by a Mild Sulfonation Method for Proton Exchange Membranes
Baijun Liu;Gilles P. Robertson;Dae-Sik Kim;Michael D. Guiver.
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