Synthesis of Mesoporous Silicas. Plugged hexagonal mesoporous templated silica: a unique micro- and mesoporous material with internal silica nanocapsules (P. Van Der Voort et al.). Towards a better understanding on the mechanism of mesoporous formation via an assembly of C
Synthesis of Framework-Modified Mesoporous Silicas. New route for synthesis of highly ordered mesoporous silica with very high titanium content (Xiang-Hai Tang et al.). Synthesis and characterization of Ti-containing mesoporous alumina molecular sieves (Chun Yang, Xi Li).
Synthesis of Surface-Modified Mesoporous Silicas. Organizing one-dimensional molecular wires in ordered mesoporous silica (Zongtao Zhang et al.). Characterization of mesoporous thin films formed with added organophosphonate and organosilane (M.A. Markowitz et al.).
Synthesis of Mesoporous Metal Oxides. Mesoporous alumina as a support for hydrodesulphurization catalysts (J. Cejka et al.). Mesoporous zirconium oxides: an investigation of physico-chemical synthesis parameters (J.L. Blin et al.). Single crystal particles of mesoporous (Nb, Ta)
Nanoporous Materials III contains the invited lectures and peer-reviewed oral and poster contributions to be presented at the 3rd Conference on Nanoporous Materials, which will be hosted in Ottawa, Canada, June 2002. The work covers complementary approaches to and recent advances in the field of nanostructured materials with pore sizes larger than 1nm, such as periodic mesoporous molecular sieves M41S and FSM16 and related materials including clays, carbon molecular sieves, colloidal crystal templated organic and inorganic materials, porous polymers and sol gels. The broad range of topics covered in relation to the synthesis and characterization of ordered mesoporous materials are of great importance for advanced adsorption, catalytic and separation processes as well as the development of nanotechnology.
The contents of this title are based on topics to be discussed by invited lecturers, which deal with periodic mesoporous organosilicas, stability and catalytic activity of aluminosilicate mesostructures, electron microscopy studies of ordered materials, imprinted polymers and highly porous metal-organic frameworks. The other contributions deal with tailoring the surface and structural properties of nanoporous materials, giving a detailed characterization as well as demonstrating their usefulness for advanced adsorption and catalytic applications.
for relevant universities and research institutes. Industrial and national laboratories involved in materials, adsorption and catalysis research.
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Dept. of Chemistry, Kent State University, Kent, OH 44242, USA
Centre for Catalysis Research and Innovation (CCRI), University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada