Porous Materials Controlled in Shape

  • T. Okubo
  • M. Matsukata
Part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 64)

Abstract

Porous materials have been widely used for industrial applications as well as in product of daily use. The classification of porous materials is based on the morphology of the internal pore structure. The factors of classification are as follows:
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    size and distribution,

     
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    shape,

     
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    dimension and connectivity.

     

Keywords

Crystallization Steam Zeolite Alkene Calcination 

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