Surface Chemistry in Nanoscale Materials
AbstractAlthough surfaces or, more precisely, the surface atomic and electronic structure, determine the way materials interact with their environment, the influence of surface chemistry on the bulk of the material is generally considered to be small. However, in the case of high surface area materials such as nanoporous solids, surface properties can start to dominate the overall material behavior. This allows one to create new materials with physical and chemical properties that are no longer determined by the bulk material, but by their nanoscale architectures. Here, we discuss several examples, ranging from nanoporous gold to surface engineered carbon aerogels that demonstrate the tuneability of nanoporous solids for sustainable energy applications. View Full-Text
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Biener, J.; Wittstock, A.; Baumann, T.F.; Weissmüller, J.; Bäumer, M.; Hamza, A.V. Surface Chemistry in Nanoscale Materials. Materials 2009, 2, 2404-2428.
Biener J, Wittstock A, Baumann TF, Weissmüller J, Bäumer M, Hamza AV. Surface Chemistry in Nanoscale Materials. Materials. 2009; 2(4):2404-2428.Chicago/Turabian Style
Biener, Jürgen; Wittstock, Arne; Baumann, Theodore F.; Weissmüller, Jörg; Bäumer, Marcus; Hamza, Alex V. 2009. "Surface Chemistry in Nanoscale Materials." Materials 2, no. 4: 2404-2428.