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Ordered porous nanomaterials: the merit of small

By Ángel Berenguer-Murcia


This paper will introduce the reader to some of the “classical” and “new” families of ordered porous materials which have arisen throughout the past decades and/or years. From what is perhaps the best-known family of zeolites, which even now to this day is under constant research, to the exciting new family of hierarchical porous materials, the number of strategies, structures, porous textures, and potential applications grows with every passing day. We will attempt to put these new families into perspective from a synthetic and applied point of view in order to give the reader as broad a perspective as possible into these exciting materials.The author would like to thank the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN) (Project RyC-2009-03813), as well as the PROMETEO project from the Generalitat Valenciana and the FEDER program (Prometeo/2009/047) for the financial support for this work

Topics: Ordered porous materials, Nanomaterials, Química Inorgánica
Publisher: 'Hindawi Limited'
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1155/2013/257047
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