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Structural, textural and gas adsorption properties of M(bdc)(ted)0.5 (M = Zn, Cu or Ni) upon spontaneous dispersion of metal salts
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a family of nanoporous materials that have been well-studied during the past decades. Their high surface area, well defined pores, ease of assembly and good thermal stability are some ...
Fabrication and characterization of porous aluminum and zinc via selective dissolution of AI-Zn alloys
Chemical dealloying can be used to fabricate porous metals by removing one or more of the species out of an alloy. Generally, a corrosive electrolyte is used to selectively dissolve a noble element. Alloy concentration, ...
Silicoaluminophosphate nanoporous materials for carbon dioxide adsorption at low concentration
The incorporation of extraframework Sr2+ and Ba2+ cations onto silicoaluminophosphate (SAPO-34) zeolitic materials has been proven to influence their adsorptive properties. In this study, three approaches were employed to ...