Characterisation of porous solids VIII [electronic resource] : proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on the Characterisation of Porous Solids / edited by Stefan Kaskel [and others].
- Conference Author:
- International Symposium on the Characterisation of Porous Solids (8th : 2008 : University of Edinburgh)
- Additional Titles:
- Characterisation of porous solids 8
- Cambridge, UK : RSC Publishing, 
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- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (xi, 446 pages) : illustrations
- Additional Creators:
- Kaskel, Stefan
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- Pore accessibility in nanoporous carbons : experiment, theory and simulation -- Characterization measurements of common reference nanoporous materials by gas adsorption (round robin tests) -- Competitive naphthalene adsorption on activated carbons : effect of porosity and hydrophobicity -- Study of hydrogen sulphide adsorption on MIL-47(V) and MIL-53(Al, Cr, Fe) metal-organic frameworks by isotherms measurements and in-situ IR experiments -- H₂ adsorption in pristine and Li-doped carbon replicas of FAU and EMT zeolites -- Comparative analysis of low-temperature nitrogen and argon adsorption on nonporous and mesoporous siliceous materials -- Characterization of microporous carbons : from mathematical modeling to atomistic construction -- Hybrid reverse Monte Carlo simulations of microporous carbons -- Can chemometrics provide useful data about porous solids characterization? -- Origin of the variation of adsorption and diffusion properties of zeolite 5A -- Assessing generic force fields to describe adsorption on metal-organic frameworks -- A method for predicting the diffusion coefficient based on the physical characterisation of porous carbons by adsorption -- Positron lifetime spectroscopy on controlled pore glass -- Dynamic mean field theory for fluids confined in porous materials : application to an inkbottle pore geometry -- Characterization of single wall carbon nanohorns restructured with mechanical treatment -- Adsorption characterisation of energy gases on microporous coordination polymers -- Post-synthesis modification of a metal-organic framework with silver ions -- Optimizing H₂ volumetric storage capacity of carbon materials for mobile application -- Tailoring carbon gels for their use in the energy sector -- Investigation on the structure of silica/polyurethane nanocomposites -- Narrow microporosity characterization in polyaramid-derived carbons by adsorption of N₂, CO₂ and organic vapors -- Monoliths : synthesis and characterization using lignocellulosic precursor -- Microporosity of activated carbons obtained from PET -- Low pressure hysteresis in the nitrogen adsorption isotherm of ZSM-5 : effect of acid treatment -- In species and structural properties of In-exchanged ZSM5 and mordenite -- The properties of virtual solids using Monte Carlo integration and their value to the nano-scientist -- Computer simulation of enantioselective adsorption in a simple model of molecularly imprinted polymers -- Mixed geometry characterization of activated carbons PSD -- Modified BET equation for determination of micropore pore-volume and mesopore surface area in microporous-mesoporous solids -- Characterisation of nanostructured macro-mesoporous TiO₂-ZrO₂ impregnated by noble metals for VOC oxidation -- Visualisation of dynamic adsorption by 2D x-ray radiography and 3D x-ray [micro]-tomography -- Supercritical methane adsorption : a tool for characterization of carbonaceous adsorbents -- The adsorption of triacetin on activated carbon -- Adsorption of CO₂ on carbonaceous adsorbents -- Characterization of various micro and mesoporous materials for toluene adsorption at low and high concentration -- Computer assisted design of porous solids for VOC's emission control by adsorption in vehicle cold start -- The use of silica-alumina mixed oxides with well defined surface characteristics and porosities for the transformation of renewable feedstocks into value added chemicals -- Designing (Al-)SBA-15 catalyst pellets with unique properties -- Capillary condensation and sorption hysteresis of toluene, methylcyclohexane and neopentane on MCM-41 and MCM-48 -- Pore structure and morphology of mesoporous silicate and aluminosilicate molecular sieves by nitrogen adsorption, AFM and PALS -- Transport in SiO₂-catalyst supports : a contribution to process intensification -- Surface, acidic and catalytic properties of sulfated titanium oxides -- A comparative study of sulfated and phosphated titanium oxides prepared by hydrolysis from titanium ethoxide -- Correlation of surface texture, catalytic activity and crystal morphology for ternary mixed metal oxides -- Synthesis and characterization of Al/Ce incorporated mesoporous molecular sieves -- Surface nature and structure of limestone powder : evaluation of properties using sorption and standard techniques -- Investigation of the microstructure of ultra high performance concrete -- Determination of surface area, porosity and surface properties of lunar regolith -- The use of starch-based biopolymer additives for the preparation of porous ceramics -- Iron fixation to the fibers of activated carbon as an alternative to the Fenton process -- A relationship between pore shapes and mercury porosimetry curves as revealed by random pore networks -- Physicochernical characterization of nanostructured tungsten oxide : porous clusters and nanowires -- Positron porosimetry study of mechanical stability of ordered mesoporous materials -- Characterisation of modified porous silica by inverse gas chromatography -- Structural distinction of silica gels using FTIR and Raman spectroscopy -- The Poisson ratio of porous materials.
- Conference held June 10-13, 2008 at the University of Edinburgh.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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