Special Issue "Functional Nanoporous Materials"
A special issue of Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2019).
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: material characterization; nanomaterials; X-ray diffraction; nanomaterials synthesis; XRD analysis; adsorption; materials chemistry; heterogeneous catalysis; kinetics; catalyst characterization; catalyst Synthesis; catalysis; porous materials; electrochemistry
Interests: material characterization; materials; nanomaterials; thin films and nanotechnology; X-ray diffraction; synthesis; material characteristics; advanced materials; nanomaterials synthesis; thin film deposition; SEM analysis; nanostructured materials; nanoparticle synthesis
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With pore sizes up to 100 nm, the term "nanoporous" covers a wide range of material classes. Likewise, a broad field of applications arises from the diversity of unique structures and properties of nanoporous materials. Recent research spans the entire range from fundamental studies of the behavior of atoms/molecules in confined space, over creative synthetic pathways for novel materials, to the application in high-performance technologies.
This Special Issue collects current studies about the progress in the development, characterization, and application of nanoporous materials, including (but not restricted to) mesoporous silica, carbon and metal oxides, porous coordination polymers, metal organic frameworks (MOF) and covalent organic frameworks (COF), as well as materials exhibiting hierarchical porosity. Their functionalities make them promising for such fields as energy storage/conversion (e.g., photocatalysis and battery electrodes), sensing, catalysis, and their sorption properties for N2, CO2, NOx or H2O, to name just a few.
Dr. Christian Weinberger
Prof. Dr. Michael Tiemann
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- nanoporous silica, carbon, metal oxide
- porous coordination polymer
- metal organic framework (MOF)
- covalent organic frameworks (COF)
- hierarchical porosity
- gas sensing
- water sorption