In the past two decades, the field of nanoporous materials has undergone significant developments. As these materials possess high specific surface areas, well-defined pore sizes, and functional sites, they show a great diversity of applications such as molecular adsorption/storage and separation, sensing, catalysis, energy storage and conversion, drug delivery, and more. Nanoporous Materials: Synthesis and Applications surveys the key developments in the synthesis of nanoporous materials in a broad range from soft porous materials-such as porous organic and metal-organic frameworks-to hard porous materials, such as porous metals and metal oxides, and the significant advances in their applications to date. Topics Include: Synthetic approaches, characterization techniques, and applications of a variety of meso- and microporous polymers and organic frameworks Advances in the synthetic control of structures along with the function exploration of this new class of organic porous materials Synthesis and applications of nanoporous metal-organic frameworks, mesoporous silica, and nanoporous glass Synthesis of mesoporous carbons by a soft- and hard-templating method and their applications for supercapacitors and membrane separations Fabrication of nanoporous semiconductor materials Structural modification and functional improvement of layered zeolites Germanates and related materials with open-frameworks
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|Size: ||35.8 MB|
|Publisher: ||CRC Press|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781439892077 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|