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Title Comprehensive guide for mesoporous materials. Volume 1, Synthesis and characterization / Mahmood Aliofkhazraei, editor
Published New York : Nova Publishers, [2015]


Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Series Materials science and technologies
Materials science and technologies series.
Contents COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE FOR MESOPOROUS MATERIALS. VOLUME 1: SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION; COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE FOR MESOPOROUS MATERIALS. VOLUME 1: SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Synthesis of Mesoporous Alumina for Catalytic Applications; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. General Aspects of Porous Solids; 3. Alumina Using Anionic Surfactants; 4. Alumina Using Cationic Surfactants; 5. Alumina Using Non-Ionic Surfactants; 6. Other Preparations; 7. Commercialization; Conclusion; References
Chapter 2: Porous Clay Heterostructures (PCH) -- Synthesis and Application in Catalysis and AdsorptionAbstract; 1. Clay Minerals; 2. Intercalation of Clay Minerals; 2.1. Pillared Interlayered Clays (PILCs); 2.2. Porous Clay Heterostructures (PCHs); 3. Modified Clays as Catalysts and Adsorbents; 3.1. Catalysis; 3.2. Adsorption; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Mesoporous Films and Membranes from Assembly of Silica Colloidal Spheres; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Preparation of Silica Colloidal Films and Membranes; 2.1. Supported Silica Colloidal Films
2.2. Suspended Silica Colloidal Membranes2.3. Free-Standing Silica Colloidal Membranes; 3. Size-Selectivity in Silica Colloidal Membranes; 4. Responsive Pore-Filled Silica Colloidal Films and Membranes; 4.1. pH -- and Ionic Strength-Responsive Films and Membranes; 4.2. Temperature-Responsive Silica Colloidal Films; 4.3. Light-Responsive Silica Colloidal Films; 4.4. Small Molecule-Responsive Silica Colloidal Films; 5. Proton Conducting Silica Colloidal Membranes; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Mesoporous Catalytic Materials and Fine Chemistry; Abstract; 1. Introduction
2. Ordered Mesoporous Silicates and Metallosilicates2.1. Acid/Base Mesoporous Silicates; 2.1.1. Surface Modification with Sulfonic Acids; 2.1.2. Mesoporous Silicas Incorporating Heteroatoms; 2.1.3. Surface Modification with Basic Centers; 2.1.4. Surface Modification with Ionic Liquids; 2.2. Bifunctional Materials; 3. Metal-Organic-Frameworks; 3.1. Acid-Base Promoted Reactions; 4. Mesoporous Carbon Materials; 4.1. Activated Carbons (ACs); 4.2. Ordered Mesoporous Carbons: Nanocasting Techniques; 4.3. Carbon gels: Nanomaterials with Hierarchical Porosity; 4.4. Catalytic Performance; Conclusion
Summary This is the first volume of the four volume set of Comprehensive Guide for Mesoporous Materials. The discovery and application of mesoporous materials in the different industries, including the catalyst industry, is one of the major advances over the past two decades. One of the important mesoporous materials is zeolite. Over the past decade, different types of zeolites have been produced in the nanometer range dimensions. Porosities can also be regular or irregular. Due to more research done on mesoporous materials, knowledge of this science has increased. Researchers are now able to make mes
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Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (Ebsco, viewed April 20, 2015)
Subject Mesoporous materials.
Mesoporous materials -- Synthesis
Mesoporous materials.
Form Electronic book
Author Aliofkhazraei, Mahmood, editor.
ISBN 9781634639903
Other Titles Synthesis and characterization