His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer, Polymer chemistry, Membrane, Microporous material and Permeability. His research integrates issues of Hydrogen, Volume, Adsorption, Nanoporous and Permeation in his study of Polymer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nitrile, Macromolecule and BET theory in addition to Polymer chemistry.
His research in Membrane is mostly concerned with Gas separation. His research in Microporous material intersects with topics in Heterogeneous catalysis, Catalysis, Polymer science and Pervaporation. The Permeability study combines topics in areas such as Polyimide and Thermal stability.
Peter M. Budd spends much of his time researching Polymer, Membrane, Polymer chemistry, Gas separation and Permeation. His Polymer research incorporates elements of Microporous material, Volume and Adsorption, Sorption. His Microporous material research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Heterogeneous catalysis, Hydrogen storage, Macromolecule and Nanotechnology.
His work in Membrane tackles topics such as Oxide which are related to areas like Nanocomposite. While the research belongs to areas of Polymer chemistry, Peter M. Budd spends his time largely on the problem of Copolymer, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Micelle and Mesoporous silica. His work carried out in the field of Gas separation brings together such families of science as Membrane technology, Physical aging and Synthetic membrane.
Peter M. Budd mostly deals with Membrane, Polymer, Gas separation, Permeation and Nanocomposite. His studies deal with areas such as Oxide and Nanotechnology as well as Membrane. His Polymer research incorporates themes from Sorption, Molecular physics, Microporous material and Selectivity, Permeance.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bifunctional, Scattering, Conformational change and Macromolecule. His Gas separation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rigidity, Physical aging, Permeability and Amine gas treating. His Permeation study incorporates themes from Membrane technology and Solubility.
Peter M. Budd mainly investigates Membrane, Polymer, Gas separation, Oxide and Nanocomposite. He has included themes like Selectivity and Nanotechnology in his Membrane study. His specific area of interest is Polymer, where Peter M. Budd studies Physical aging.
His Gas separation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Permeation and Permeability. In his study, Desalination, Capacitive deionization, Water treatment and Nanomaterials is inextricably linked to Electrodialysis, which falls within the broad field of Oxide. His Nanocomposite research also works with subjects such as
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Polymers of intrinsic microporosity (PIMs): organic materials for membrane separations, heterogeneous catalysis and hydrogen storage
Neil B. McKeown;Peter M. Budd.
Chemical Society Reviews (2006)
Polymers of intrinsic microporosity (PIMs): robust, solution-processable, organic nanoporous materials.
Peter M. Budd;Bader S. Ghanem;Saad Makhseed;Neil B. McKeown.
Chemical Communications (2004)
Gas separation membranes from polymers of intrinsic microporosity
Peter M. Budd;Kadhum J. Msayib;Carin E. Tattershall;Bader S. Ghanem.
Journal of Membrane Science (2005)
Exploitation of Intrinsic Microporosity in Polymer-Based Materials
Neil B. McKeown;Peter M. Budd.
Solution-Processed, Organophilic Membrane Derived from a Polymer of Intrinsic Microporosity
Peter M. Budd;Elssalhen S. Elabas;Bader S. Ghanem;Saad Makhseed.
Advanced Materials (2004)
Polymers of intrinsic microporosity (PIMs): bridging the void between microporous and polymeric materials.
Neil B. McKeown;Peter M. Budd;Kadhum J. Msayib;Bader S. Ghanem.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2005)
Gas permeation parameters and other physicochemical properties of a polymer of intrinsic microporosity: Polybenzodioxane PIM-1
Peter M. Budd;Neil B. McKeown;Bader S. Ghanem;Kadhum J. Msayib.
Journal of Membrane Science (2008)
Towards Polymer-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials: Engineering Ultramicroporous Cavities within Polymers of Intrinsic Microporosity
Neil B. McKeown;Bader Gahnem;Kadhum J. Msayib;Peter M. Budd.
Angewandte Chemie (2006)
Thermal stabilization of polyacrylonitrile fibres
Stephen Dalton;Frank Heatley;Peter M. Budd.
Free volume and intrinsic microporosity in polymers
Peter M. Budd;Neil B. McKeown;Detlev Fritsch.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2005)
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