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Nanoporous materials [electronic resource] : science and engineering
Lu, G. Q. Professor.
Imperial College Press,
1 online resource (xi, 897 p.) :
1 copy available at Sugar Grove Campus --Todd Library.
Sugar Grove Campus --Todd Library
TA418.9 .P6 N36 2004 EB
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1860946569 (electronic bk.)
9781860946561 (electronic bk.)
1591249848 (electronic bk.)
9781591249849 (electronic bk.)
Lu, G. Q. Professor.
Nanoporous materials [electronic resource] : science and engineering / edited by G.Q. Lu, X.S. Zhao.
London : Imperial College Press, c2004.
1 online resource (xi, 897 p.) : ill.
(Series on chemical engineering ; v. 4)
Nanoporous materials -- An overview -- Advances in mesoporous materials templated by nonionic block copolymers -- Zeolite/mesoporous molecular sieve composite materials -- Chrorium-containing rdered nanoporous materials -- Surfactant-templated mesostructured materials:Synthesis and compositional control -- Organic host-guest structures in the solid state -- Nonsurfactant route to nanoporous phenyl-modified hybrid silica materials -- 3D macroporous photonic materials templated by self assembled colloidal spheres -- Hydrophobic microporous silica membranes for gas separation and membrane reactors -- Synthesis and characterization of carbon nanotubes for hydrogen storage -- Physical adsorption characterization of ordered and amorphous mesoporous materials -- Molecular simulation of adsorption in porous materials -- Surface functionalization of ordered nanoporous silicates -- Surface alumination of mesoporous silicates -- Acidity measurement of nanoporous aluminosilicates -- Zeolites and MCM-41 -- Nanocatalysts prepared by the molecularly designed dispersion process -- Acidity-enhanced nanoporous catalytic materials -- Modified mesoporous materials as acid and base catalysts -- Lewis acid/base catalysts supported on nanoporous silica as environmental catalysts -- Nanoporous catalysts for shape-selective synthesis of specialty chemicals: A review of synthesis of 4,4'-Dialkylbiphenyl -- Catalysis involving mesoporous molecular sieves -- Adsorption and transport in nanoporous materials -- Adsorption of organic molecules in nanoporous adsorbents from aqueous solution -- Functionalized nanoporous adsorbents for environmental remediation -- Nanoporous adsorbents for air pollutant removal -- Bioadsorption and separation with nanoporous materials -- Nanoporous materials as supports for enzyme immobilization -- A novel non-surfactant route to nanoporous materials and its biological applications.
Porous materials are of scientific and technological importance because of the presence of voids of controllable dimensions at the atomic, molecular, and nanometer scales, enabling them to discriminate and interact with molecules and clusters. Interestingly the big deal about this class of materials is about the "nothingness" within -- the pore space. International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) classifies porous materials into three categories -- micropores of less than 2 nm in diameter, mesopores between 2 and 50 nm, and macropores of greater than 50 nm. In this book, nanoporous materials are defined as those porous materials with pore diameters less than 100 nm. Over the last decade, there has been an ever increasing interest and research effort in the synthesis, characterization, functionalization, molecular modeling and design of nanoporous materials. The main challenges in research include the fundamental understanding of structure-property relations and tailor-design of nanostructures for specific properties and applications. Research efforts in this field have been driven by the rapid growing emerging applications such as biosensor, drug delivery, gas separation, energy storage and fuel cell technology, nanocatalysis and photonics. These applications offer exciting new opportunities for scientists to develop new strategies and techniques for the synthesis and applications of these materials. This book provides a series of systematic reviews of the recent developments in nanoporous materials. It covers the following topics: (1) synthesis, processing, characterization and property evaluation; (2) functionalization by physical and/or chemical treatments; (3) experimental and computational studies on fundamental properties, such as catalytic effects, transport and adsorption, molecular sieving and biosorption; (4) applications, including photonic devices, catalysis, environmental pollution control, biological molecules separation and isolation, sensors, membranes, hydrogen and energy storage, etc.
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