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Synthesis and characterization of modified mesoporous silicates for the adsorption of pharmaceutical and personal care products
PPCPs have been recently identified as emerging contaminants due to their persistence in our potable water supply and aquatic systems. Unfortunately, traditional water treatment methods are inadequate for the removal of ...
Computational study of the physical adsorption of CO₂ on novel sorbents based on porous coordination polymers
CO2 capture has motivated the design and synthesis of a large number of adsorbent materials. An example of these materials are the coordination pillared-layers (CPLs), which have emerged as possible candidates for CO2 ...
Synthesis, characterization and detemplation of thermally unstable 3-D Metal-Substituted Aluminophosphates.
The extent of the detemplation process in Me-SBE (Me = Co2+, Mg2+ and Mn2+) aluminophosphates was investigated. Hydrothermal synthesis conditions were optimized to obtain materials with minimal phase impurities. SEM analysis ...
Selective nanoporous sorbents for gas based separations: Ion exchanged silicoaluminophosphates and titanosilicates
Two specific sorbents were targeted in this research work: silicoaluminosphosphates (SAPOs) and titanium silicates. For the former, Na+ -SAPO-34 sorbents were ionexchanged with several cations (Ag+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ti3+, ...