Macroscopic inorganic porous beads are imbibed with a “porous molecular additive” by simple solution processing techniques, resulting in controllable loading and increased surface area. The porous additive consists of soluble organic cage molecules that precipitate as microporous crystals when solutions of opposite chirality are mixed.
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