Positronium, a system consisting of an electron and its antimatter, a positron, offers a new technique to explore vertical accessibility and connectivity. Here, we show how this technique can be used to map out the vertical profile of mesoporous silica channel systems by comparing a standing (perpendicular to the substrate) 2D hexagonal with a lying (parallel to the substrate) 2D hexagonal mesoporous film.
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