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The trend for all membrane at different concentration of Al2O3 coated before sintered has uniform homogenous coating with better properties and performance can be relate to better absorption and penetration of Al2O3 nanoparticles towards membrane structure. Accumulation of closely tight Al2O3 nanoparticles suspension on the surface of membrane with coated after sintered able to block the membrane surface and pores, which could be the main reason of properties reduction and performance.
All membranes with different concentrations of Al2O3 that were coated before the sintering process showed uniform, homogenous coating with optimal properties and performance. This was due to better penetration and absorption of Al2O3 nanoparticles by the membrane structure. In contrast, the membranes that were coated after sintering showed reduced performance. The accumulation of dense Al2O3 nanoparticle suspension on the surface caused the membranes’ pores to become blocked. This is thought to be the reason for their poorer properties and reduced performance.
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