Recent progresses in the adsorption of organic, inorganic, and gas compounds by MCM-41-based mesoporous materials

@article{Costa2020RecentPI,
  title={Recent progresses in the adsorption of organic, inorganic, and gas compounds by MCM-41-based mesoporous materials},
  author={J. A. S. Costa and R. A. Jesus and D. O. Santos and J. Mano and L. P. C. Rom{\~a}o and Caio M. Paranhos},
  journal={Microporous and Mesoporous Materials},
  year={2020},
  volume={291},
  pages={109698}
}
Abstract Adsorbent mesoporous materials are highly efficient for the remediation of different compounds in environmental applications such as organic, inorganic, and gas molecules. These compounds are removed by the traditional adsorption process in batch assessments. In this review, we report the recent progress on the MCM-41-based mesoporous material syntheses and its strategic use as an adsorbent material for the removal of different pollutants. Also approached the main factors that affect… Expand
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