Access to ultralarge-pore ordered mesoporous materials through selection of surfactant/swelling-agent micellar templates.

@article{Kruk2012AccessTU,
  title={Access to ultralarge-pore ordered mesoporous materials through selection of surfactant/swelling-agent micellar templates.},
  author={Michal Kruk},
  journal={Accounts of chemical research},
  year={2012},
  volume={45 10},
  pages={1678-87}
}
The surfactant-micelle-templating method has revolutionized the synthesis of high-surface-area materials with mesopores (diameter 2-50 nm) that have well-defined shapes and sizes. One of the major benefits of this method is the ability to tailor the pore size by manipulating the size of the templating micelles. The uniform pores typically form ordered arrays. Although the choice of surfactant can tune the size of the micelles, it is more convenient to use a single surfactant and tailor the… CONTINUE READING

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