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- To develop efficient technologies based on novel porous materials (such as metal-organic frameworks, MOFs, and zeolites) and adsorption to separate H2 from H2/CH4 pipeline mixtures under realistic conditions at low temperatures.
- The University of Melbourne: Dr Kevin Gang Li, Dr Guoping Hu
- The University of Manchester: Dr Xiaolei Fan, Professor Flor Siperstein
First published on 1 July 2022.
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