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Soap films can not only be made with sub-μm thickness, they can have intrinsic permeabilities comparable to many commercial membranes, permitting very high transmembrane flux. Soap films readily incorporate a wide range of modifiers to allow highly tailored selectivity: We show that incorporating α-cyclodextrin in an 890 nm thick Triton-X-100 film allows, in a single stage, a high degree of chirally selective transport (1.6:1) of α(+)-pinene over α(-)-pinene.


Tinakorn Kanyanee, Jaroon Jakmunee, Kate Grudpan, Purnendu K Dasgupta. Doped soap membranes selectively permeate a chiral isomer. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2010 Dec 29;132(51):18045-7

PMID: 21138262

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