3 edition of Inorganic microporous adsorbent materials found in the catalog.
Inorganic microporous adsorbent materials
|Statement||Erika Smith and John Bruce, project analyst ; Anna Crull, project manager.|
|Series||Business opportunity report ;, C-180|
|Contributions||Bruce, John., Business Communications Co.|
|LC Classifications||HD9999.S763 U67 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 206 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||97145016|
A microporous carbon with very high specific surface area and narrow pore size distribution was synthesized using Y zeolite as a template. The structural, porosity, and surface characteristics of the material were investigated by elemental analysis, N2 adsorption, powder X-ray diffraction, and Raman spectroscopy. The batch adsorption technique was performed to assess Cited by: Through a comprehensive evaluation of most emerging organic materials against those criteria, we demonstrate that, the use of organic microporous materials that mimic the gas sieving functionality of adsorbent materials presents an ultimate solution for membrane gas by:
CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g. ) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). The characteristics of adsorption of these materials aid in separating the needed chemicals and impurities from the original solution. On the basis of product type, the report segments the global inorganic nanoporous and microporous adsorbents market into active alumina, zeolite, clays, silica gel, granular activated carbon, and other types/5(18).
Materials Laboratory Procedures. The learning objectives of this note are to: (1) gain hands-on experience in conducting laboratory experiments involving fundamental principles in materials science and engineering, (2) understand the design of an experiment relative to the measuring and performance capabilities of a piece of equipment, (3) gain experience in analysis of data . In addition to zeolite, the other inorganic materials that have been widely investigated for CO 2 separation are silica, metal organic frameworks (MOFs), carbon, and .
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According to a CY updated report from BCC, the commercial applications global market Inorganic microporous adsorbent materials book inorganic nanoporous and microporous adsorbents is currently estimated at over $ billion. These include granular activated carbon (GAC), zeolites, clays, active alumina, silica gels, and other microporous materials.
The inorganic porous materials include natural zeolites, synthetic zeolites (from low siliceous zeolites to high siliceous zeolites), pure silica molecular sieves, microporous phosphates, oxides (AlPO 4, GeO 2, etc.), and even organic–inorganic hybrid materials such as metal-organic frameworks.
Porous materials are classified into microporous, mesoporous, and macroporous materials. Porosity in inorganic materials may range from the nano-scale to the macro-scale, and the drive towards particular properties remains the goal in this fast-developing area of research.
Covering some of the key families of inorganic solids that are currently being studied, Porous Materials discusses. Recent progresses in the adsorption of organic, inorganic, and gas compounds by MCMbased mesoporous materials Author links open overlay panel José Arnaldo S.
Costa a b Roberta A. de Jesus c Danilo O. Santos d João F. Mano a Luciane P.C. Romão d e Caio M. Paranhos bCited by: 3.
Advancement in hydrogen storage techniques represents one of the most important areas of today's materials research. While extensive efforts have been made to the existing techniques, there is no viable storage technology capable of meeting the DOE cost and performance targets at the present time.
New materials with significantly improved hydrogen adsorption capability are needed. Microporous Cited by: from book Nanostructured Materials for Engineering Applications 10 Materials for Adsorbent Applications. organic moieties (polymers, aminoacids, and fatty acids) and other inorganic.
The materials used for this purpose to pack columns include inorganic adsorbents (active carbon, aluminum oxide, aluminum hydroxide, magnesium oxide, silica gel) and organic macroporous resins.
Adsorption and affinity chromatography are. The organic-inorganic porous hybrid silicate adsorbents were fabricated successfully using natural low-grade Pal clay as raw materials in the presence of SiO 3 2−, Mg 2+, CTAB or DTAB via a one-pot hydrothermal reaction.
The maximal adsorption capacities of the resultant adsorbents on CR reached ± mg/g and ± mg/g at the organification Cited by: 9. The utility of microporous coordination polymers (MCPs) for the adsorption of large organosulfur compounds (benzothiophene, dibenzothiophene, 4,6-dimethyldibenzothiophene) found in fuels is demonstrated.
Large capacities are obtained at both low and high sulfur concentrations. For 4,6-dimethyldibenzothiophene, the compound most difficult to remove using current industrial Cited by: Microporous and Mesoporous Materials covers novel and significant aspects of porous solids classified as either microporous (pore size up to 2 nm) or mesoporous (pore size 2 to 50 nm).
The porosity should have a specific impact on the material properties or application. Microporous coordination polymers (MCPs) are demonstrated to be efficient adsorbents for the removal of the organosulfur compounds dibenzothiophene (DBT) and 4,6-dimethyldibenzothiophene (DMDBT) from model diesel fuel and diesel fuel.
For example, packed bed breakthrough experiments utilizing UMCM find capacities of g S/kg MCP for DBT Cited by: Nanoporous materials consist of a regular organic or inorganic framework supporting a regular, porous structure. The size of the pores is generally nm or smaller.
Most nanoporous materials can be classified as bulk materials or membranes. In this study, we explore the use of two kinds of inorganic molecular sieves, microporous MFI zeolite and mesoporous MCM silica, as fillers to enhance the gas transport characteristics of.
Conjugated microporous polymers (CMP) synthesized using homocoupling polymerization reactions were investigated as adsorbents for the removal of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from gas streams.
The nitrogen adsorption and desorption data revealed that the resultant CMPs possess a micro/mesoporous structurCited by: The book Chemistry of Zeolites and Related Porous Materials: Synthesis and Structure has pages and is organized into nine chapters including bibliographical references, a part containing proposed further readings as well as an index.
The introductory chapter begins with a timeline of the most important events in the history of porous materials. Performance of Organic and Inorganic Adsorbents for the Treatment of Contaminated Waters Article in Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 81(10).
Purchase Progress in Zeolite and Microporous Materials, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The microporous materials have been used in the water decontamination process because of their adsorption capacity of a wide variety of contaminants in aqueous phase.
The carbon aerogels have become a promising material in adsorption processes of ions. The textural properties have an important function in the adsorption by: 2. The objective of the work presented here is to develop a nanoporous solid adsorbent which can serve as a “molecular basket” for CO2 in the condensed form.
Polyethylenimine (PEI)-modified mesoporous molecular sieve of MCM type (MCMPEI) has been prepared and tested as a CO2 adsorbent.
The physical properties of the adsorbents were characterized by X-ray Cited by: Microporous and Mesoporous Materials covers novel and significant aspects of porous solids classified as either microporous (pore size up to 2 nm) or mesoporous (pore size 2 to 50 nm).The porosity should have a specific impact on the material properties or application.
Typical examples are zeolites and zeolite-like materials, pillared materials, clathrasils and clathrates. Energy Materials provides both a summary of the current status of research, and an eye to how future research may develop materials properties further.
Additional volumes in the Inorganic Materials Series: Molecular Materials Functional Oxides Porous Materials .READE & COVID Freight carriers are giving logistical priority to items that are necessary in the fight against COVID Your order may experience shipping delays.Sorbents. Sorbents are insoluble materials or mixtures of materials used to recover liquids through the mechanism of absorption, or adsorption, or ents are materials that pick up and retain liquid distributed throughout its molecular structure causing the solid to swell (50 percent or more).The absorbent must be at least 70 percent insoluble in excess fluid.