Solid porous materials, like zeolites, have been widely used in a variety of fields such as size-and-shape-selective absorption/separation and catalysis because of their porosity. However, there are few liquid materials that exhibit permanent porosity. Porous liquids are a novel material that combine the properties of fluidity and permanent porosity. They have potential applications in many fields such as gas separation, storage and transport. Herein, we report a novel Type 1 porous liquid prepared based on silicalite-1. The pore size of this porous liquid was determined by positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy (PALS), and the CO2
capacities were determined by the intelligent gravimetric analyzer (IGA). The unique properties of this porous liquid can promote its application in many fields such as gas storage and transport.
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