Handbook of Porous Solids

Handbook of Porous Solids

Editor(s): Ferdi Schüth, Kenneth S. W. Sing, Jens Weitkamp

Published Online: 25 APR 2008

Print ISBN: 9783527302468

Online ISBN: 9783527618286

DOI: 10.1002/9783527618286

About this Book

In recent years considerable progress has been made in the development of porous materials for, among others, catalysis, environmental protection, nano-engineering, pharmaceuticals and separation technology. In addition, new procedures have been put forward for the design and characterization of model pore structures. This multi-authored reference covers in considerable detail the classification, synthesis, characterization and application of a wide range of porous materials, including carbons, oxides, polymers and zeolites. Specialists in such fields as surface and colloid science, advanced materials and membrane technology will use and appreciate this information source in their daily work. Other scientists and technologists will turn to individual chapters to find the latest, authoritative reviews. Deserves to be found in every library.

Table of contents

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  1. Part 1: Technological Aspects - 1 Introduction

  2. Part 2: Generic Methods for the Characterization of Porous Materials - 2 Generic Methods for the Characterization of Porous Materials

  3. Part 2: Generic Methods for the Characterization of Porous Materials - 2.5 Adsorption from the Gas Phase

    1. Chapter 2.5.2

      The Experimental Approach (pages 236–275)

      Françoise Rouquerol, Jean Rouquerol and Kenneth S. W. Sing

  4. Part 2: Generic Methods for the Characterization of Porous Materials

  5. Part 3: General Principles for Synthesis and Modification of Porous Materials

  6. Part 4: Classes of Materials - 4 Classes of Materials

  7. Part 4: Classes of Materials - 4.2 Crystalline Microporous Solids

  8. Part 4: Classes of Materials

    1. Chapter 4.4

      Layered Structures and Pillared Layered Structures (pages 1250–1310)

      Pegie Cool, Etienne F. Vansant, Georges Poncelet and Robert A. Schoonheydt

  9. Part 4: Classes of Materials - 4.5 Ordered Mesoporous Oxides

    1. Chapter 4.5.1

      Micelle-Templated Materials (pages 1311–1395)

      Francesco Di Renzo, Anne Galarneau, Philippe Trens and François Fajula

  10. Part 4: Classes of Materials - 4.7 Other Oxides

    1. Chapter 4.7.1

      Silica (pages 1543–1591)

      Constanze Setzer, Gonda van Essche and Neil Pryor

    2. Chapter 4.7.2

      Alumina (pages 1591–1677)

      Patrick Euzen, Pascal Raybaud, Xénophon Krokidis, Hervé Toulhoat, Jean-Luc Le Loarer, Jean-Pierre Jolivet and Cédric Froidefond

  11. Part 4: Classes of Materials - 4.8 Carbons

    1. Chapter 4.8.5

      Carbon Nanotubes (pages 1923–1963)

      Andrew Minett, Kaylene Atkinson and Siegmar Roth

  12. Part 4: Classes of Materials - 4.10 Aerogels

    1. Chapter 4.10.1

      Oxidic Aerogels (pages 2014–2037)

      Theodore F. Baumann, Alexander E. Gash, Glenn A. Fox, Joe H. Satcher and Lawrence W. Hrubesh

  13. Part 5: Mass Transfer in Porous Media - 5 Mass Transfer in Porous Solids

  14. Part 6: Technological Aspects - 6 Technological Aspects

  15. Part 6: Technological Aspects - 6.2 Membrane Technology

    1. Chapter 6.2.1

      Membrane Science and Applications (pages 2281–2433)

      Konstantinos G. Beltsios, Theodore A. Steriotis, Konstantinos L. Stefanopoulos and Nick K. Kanellopoulos

  16. Part 6: Technological Aspects

    1. Chapter 6.5

      Gas and Liquid Chromatography (pages 2623–2699)

      Klaus K. Unger, Cedric Du Fresne von Hohenesche and Reinhard Ditz

    2. Chapter 6.11

      Cements as Porous Materials (pages 2971–3028)

      Hamlin M. Jennings, J. J. Thomas, D. Rothstein and J. J. Chen

  17. Part 6: Technological Aspects - 6.6 Environmental Protection

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