Introduction to Porous Materials – Inorganic Chemistry

Download Introduction to Porous Materials – Inorganic Chemistry written by Pascal Van Der Voort, Karen Leus, Els De Canck in PDF format. This book is under the category Chemistry and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 111942660X/9781119426608. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Pascal Van Der Voort, Karen Leus, Els De Canck

publisher

Wiley

file-type

PDF

pages

448 pages

language

English

asin

B07T4DGSR5

isbn10

111942660X

isbn13

9781119426608


Book Description

The first comprehensive textbook on the timely and quickly developing topic of inorganic porous materials

This is the first textbook to completely include a broad range of inorganic porous materials. It introduces the reader to the development of functional porous inorganic materials; from the synthetic zeolites in the 50’s; to today’s hybrid materials like metal-organic frameworks (MOFs); covalent organic frameworks (COFs) and related networks. It also provides the required background to understand how porous materials are organized; characterized; and applied in catalysis; adsorption and many other domains. More over; the ebook explains characterization and application from the materials scientist viewpoint; giving the reader a practical approach on the characterization and application of the respective materials.

Introduction to Inorganic Porous Materials (PDF) by describing the basic concepts of porosity and the different types of pores; surfaces; and amorphous versus crystalline materials; before introducing readers to nature’s porous materials. It then moves on to cover everything from adsorption and catalysis to amorphous materials like silica to inorganic carbons and Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas (PMOs). It discusses the synthesis and applications of MOFs and the broad family of COFs. It ends with a look at future prospects and emerging trends in the field.

  • The only complete ebook of its kind to cover the wide variety of inorganic and hybrid porous materials
  • A comprehensive reference and outstanding tool for any course on inorganic porous materials; heterogeneous catalysis; and adsorption
  • Gives students and investigators the chance to learn about porous materials; how to characterize them; and understand how they can be applied in various fields

Introduction to Inorganic Porous Materials is a perfect ebook for students and professionals of inorganic chemistry and materials science with an interest in porous materials; heterogeneous catalysis and adsorption; functional inorganic materials and solid state characterization techniques.

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