Richard Cimino

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The use of colloidal crystals with various primary particle sizes as templates leads to the formation of three-dimensionally ordered mesoporous (3DOm) carbons containing spherical pores with tailorable pore size and extremely high pore volumes. We present a comprehensive structural characterization of these novel carbons by using nitrogen (77.4 K) and argon(More)
• Scanning isotherms provide important information about pore network geometry. • A partial correlation model is suggested to distinguish pore blocking effects. • A percolation model of scanning desorption isotherms is formulated. • A computational method for calculating pore network connectivity and size distribution of pore necks is introduced. g r a p h(More)
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