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Structure property correlations for nanoporous materials

Abhijit Chatterjee

Structure property correlations for nanoporous materials

by Abhijit Chatterjee

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Published by CRC Press/Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementAbhijit Chatterjee
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA418.9.P6 C456 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 335 p. :
Number of Pages335
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24476515M
ISBN 101420082744
ISBN 109781420082746
LC Control Number2009038085
OCLC/WorldCa226357413

Both natural and synthetic nanoporous materials consist of pores of diameter less than nm and are classified based on the pore size, such as microporous (≤ 2 nm), mesoporous (2–50 nm), and macroporous (> 50 nm) materials. The properties and applications of porous solids depend on their porosity and surface area. Single-chip material libraries of thin films of nanostructured materials are a promising approach for high throughput studies of structure-property relationship in the fields of physics and biology. Nanoporous gold (np-Au), produced by an alloy corrosion process, is a nanostructured material of .

Abstract. This contribution addresses the relationships between the structure and gas transport properties of nanoporous thermostable cyanate ester resins (CERs) derived from polycyclotrimerization of 1,1′-bis(4-cyanatophenyl)ethane in the presence of 30 or 50 wt% of inert high-boiling temperature porogens (i.e., dimethyl- or dibutyl phthalates), followed by their quantitative : Kristina Gusakova, Alexander Fainleib, Eliane Espuche, Olga Grigoryeva, Olga Starostenko, Fabrice Go. He has research interests in sol-gel chemistry and self-assembly strategies to understand the fundamental structure-property correlations and to design functional nanostructured composites in biomaterials, bio-analysis, proteomics, drug delivery, catalysis, photo-catalysis, and environmental chemistry. Zhao (Ed.), Nanoporous Materials.

Structure of Materials. It should be clear that all matter is made of atoms. From the periodic table, it can be seen that there are only about different kinds of atoms in the entire Universe. These same atoms form thousands of different substances ranging from the air we breathe to the metal used to support tall buildings. –Crystal structure –Stress-strain behavior –Creep, fracture, fatigue, and wear of materials. The 14 Bravais Lattices. Solidification of a Polycrystalline Material. Grain Boundaries. The Three Common Types of Materials. Introduction to Carbon Polymers The unit at the base of Carbon Chains.


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[Abhijit Chatterjee] -- Nanoporous materials are critical to various fields of research. This volume guides experimentalists in their design of nanoporous material using computer simulation methodologies.

It explores. Nanoporous materials consist of a regular organic or inorganic framework supporting a regular, porous structure. The size of the pores is generally nanometers or smaller.

Most nanoporous materials can be classified as bulk materials or membranes. Activated carbon and zeolites are two examples of bulk nanoporous materials, while cell membranes can be thought of as nanoporous membranes.

Structure Property Correlations for Nanoporous Materials explored in this chapter, the simpler the method, the lower the accuracy level. Also, in most cases, modeling is a qualitative guide of a process, and its advantage lies with handling larger systems.

The petroleum industry has been using naturally nanoporous materials called zeolites as catalysts for decades, though the majority used now are synthetic. Recent years have seen significant improvements in understanding and making a variety of nanoporous materials.

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Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v naší nabídce. Zasíláme rychle a levně po ČR. Effective elastic properties of nanoporous materials with hierarchical structure Article in Acta Materialia 59(17) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Nanoporous materials are well known to be technologically useful for a wide spectrum of applications such as energy storage and conversion in fuel cells, solar cells, Li-ion batteries, hydrogen storage and supercapacitors, catalysis, sorption applications, gas purification, separation technologies, drug delivery, cell biology, environmental remediation, water desalination, purification Cited by: 3.

This book gives detailed information about the fabrication, properties and applications of nanoporous alumina. Nanoporous anodic alumina prepared by low-cost, simple and scalable electrochemical anodization process due to its unique structure and properties have attracted several thousand publications across many disciplines including nanotechnology, materials science, engineering, optics.

(The symmetry of) Any physical property of a crystal has at least the symmetry of the crystal Crystals are anisotropic with respect to most properties The growth shape of a (well grown) crystal has the internal symmetry of the crystal Polycrystalline materials or aggregates of crystals may have isotropic.

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The current review article attempts to cover the eld of nanoporous materials, thereby mater ials with voids of the order of 1 nm to nm or even larger. Concepts, that have an effect on a more.

4 MATERIALS: STRUCTURE, PROPERTIES, AND PERFORMANCE Table Summary of Properties of Main Classes of Materials Property Metals Ceramics Polymers Density (g/cm3) from2to20 from1to14 from1to Electrical conductivity high low low Thermal conductivity high low low Ductility or strain-to-fracture (%) 4–40 File Size: KB.

Electrochemistry of Porous Materials the text focuses on nanostructured micro- and mesoporous materials. Using this approach, the book offers a more focused and practical analysis of key porous materials that are considered relatively homogeneous from an electrochemical point of view.

These include: Structure Property Correlations for. Nanocomposites for Visible Light-induced Photocatalysis. Editors: Khan, Mohammad Mansoob, Pradhan, Debabrata, Sohn nanoporous materials, polymeric and carbon-based nanocomposites. and applications of nanomaterials including metallic and semiconducting nanostructures and their structure-property correlations.

Nanoporous carbons with a 3D nanonetwork-interconnected 2D ordered mesoporous structure for rapid mass transport Yeru Liang, Zhenghui Li, Ruowen Fu, Dingcai Wu Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1 (11).

Fig. 4a displays the effective elastic moduli of the nanoporous materials with one or two level was found that the effective Young’s modulus E depends on the lowest level of ligament thickness t 1 (both t n and T n) and increases dramatically with decreasing t 1, especially when t 1 reduces to the order of 10 nm.

When t 1 > 10 nm the elastic modulus of open cell structures of Cited by: Polarz and Smarsly/Nanoporous Materials J. Nanosci. Nanotech.2, – Relevance of Nanoporous Materials Before nanoporous materials are considered in further detail it might be good to give a brief overview of the areas in which nanoporous materials are of interest and of importance if one takes the general considerations of.On structure/property-relations in nanoporous semiconductors of the cetineite-type U.

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