High-temperature nanoporous ceramic monolith prepared from a polymeric bicontinuous microemulsion template.

@article{Jones2009HightemperatureNC,
  title={High-temperature nanoporous ceramic monolith prepared from a polymeric bicontinuous microemulsion template.},
  author={Brad H Jones and T. Lodge},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2009},
  volume={131 5},
  pages={
          1676-7
        }
}
Nanoporous ceramic with a unique pore structure was derived from an all-hydrocarbon polymeric bicontinuous microemulsion (BmuE). The BmuE was designed to allow facile removal of one phase, resulting in a nanoporous polymer monolith with BmuE-like structure. The pores were filled with a commercially available, polymeric precursor to nonoxide, Si-based ceramics. Pyrolysis resulted in a monolith of nanoporous ceramic, stable to at least 1000 degrees C, with a BmuE-like pore structure. The pore… Expand
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