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With the discovery of MCM-41 by Mobil researchers in 1992 the journey of the research on mesoporous materials started and in the 21st century this area of scientific investigation have extended into numerous branches, many of which contribute significantly in emerging areas like catalysis, energy, environment and biomedical research. As a consequence(More)
Ceria-titania doped highly ordered hexagonal and cubic mesoporous silica composite samples with varying amounts of Ce and Ti have been synthesized using hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTAB) surfactant as a template under basic conditions in the presence of ammonia. The removal of the template resulted in the formation of mesoporous composites doped(More)
Mesoporous materials can play a pivotal role as a host material for delivery application to a specific part of a system. In this work we explore the selective adsorption and release of cationic organic dye molecules such as safranine T (ST) and malachite green (MG) on mesoporous borosilicate materials. The mesoporous silica SBA-15 and borosilicate materials(More)
A new microporous organic-inorganic hybrid organosilica LHMM-2 containing a bis(propyliminomethyl)benzene moiety inside the framework has been synthesized hydrothermally without using any template or structure-directing agent. Powder XRD and TEM image analyses suggest a new disordered microporous structure with pores of dimension ca. 0.54 nm, and (13)C and(More)
New wormhole-like mesoporous TiO(2) material has been synthesized through a convenient sol-gel method in the presence of a Schiff base secondary amine hexadecyl-2-pyrrole-methylamine (HPMA) containing chelating donor sites as template or structure directing agent (SDA). SDA molecules can be easily removed from the composite to generate mesoporosity and upon(More)
New NiO-ZrO(2) nanocrystals (MNZ-1) with mesoscopic self-assembly have been synthesized by using a non-ionic surfactant as the structure directing agent (SDA) via evaporation induced self-assembly (EISA) method. Powder X-ray diffraction (PXRD), N(2) sorption study and transmission electron microscopic (TEM) image analyses revealed the cubic structure,(More)
A new supermicroporous chromium oxophenylphosphate (CPP-1) has been synthesized using phenylphosphonic acid (PPA) as phosphorus source under hydrothermal condition at 443 K without using any structure-directing agent (SDA). The material has been characterized by powder XRD, FE SEM-EDS, TEM, TG-DTA, N 2 sorption, XPS, FT IR, UV-Vis spectroscopic techniques(More)
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