Tailoring mesoporosity and intrawall porosity in large pore silicas: synthesis and nitrogen sorption behavior.

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Publication Details

Author(s): Nicolas R, Bérubé F, Kim TW, Thommes M, Kleitz F
Journal: Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Publication year: 2008
Volume: 174A
Journal issue: Zeolites and Related Materials
Pages range: 141-148-148
ISSN: 0167-2991


Abstract

We studied the influence of the different synthesis parameters (acid concn., molar ratio of the reagents, temp., etc.) on the pore size and the pore structure of SBA-15-type silicas. Our data reveal clearly that different synthesis conditions (acid concn., molar ratio of the reagents, temp., etc.) permit the prepn. of SBA-15 silica with selectively tuned textural properties. A detailed anal. of the nitrogen adsorption isotherms (and in particular the adsorption hysteresis) clearly shows a correlation between the pore structure and the specific synthesis conditions of various SBA-15 samples. This study confirms that the pore structure of SBA-15 silica may range from pseudo-one dimensional pore systems to highly interconnected 3D networks, depending on details of the synthesis conditions. [on SciFinder(R)]


External institutions with authors

Quantachrome Instruments
Université Laval (UL)


How to cite

APA:
Nicolas, R., Bérubé, F., Kim, T.W., Thommes, M., & Kleitz, F. (2008). Tailoring mesoporosity and intrawall porosity in large pore silicas: synthesis and nitrogen sorption behavior. Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 174A(Zeolites and Related Materials), 141-148-148. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0167-2991(08)80165-6

MLA:
Nicolas, R., et al. "Tailoring mesoporosity and intrawall porosity in large pore silicas: synthesis and nitrogen sorption behavior." Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis 174A.Zeolites and Related Materials (2008): 141-148-148.

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