Visualizing single-molecule diffusion in mesoporous materials

@article{Zrner2007VisualizingSD,
  title={Visualizing single-molecule diffusion in mesoporous materials},
  author={Andreas Z{\"u}rner and Johanna Ursula Kirstein and Markus D{\"o}blinger and C. Br{\"a}uchle and Thomas Bein},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2007},
  volume={450},
  pages={705-708}
}
Periodic mesoporous materials formed through the cooperative self-assembly of surfactants and framework building blocks can assume a variety of structures, and their widely tuneable properties make them attractive hosts for numerous applications. Because the molecular movement in the pore system is the most important and defining characteristic of porous materials, it is of interest to learn about this behaviour as a function of local structure. Generally, individual fluorescent dye molecules… CONTINUE READING

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