Hydrogels as Porogens for Nanoporous Inorganic Materials

C. Weinberger, D. Kuckling, M. Tiemann, Gels (2018).

Download
No fulltext has been uploaded.
Journal Article | Published | English
Abstract
<jats:p>Organic polymer-hydrogels are known to be capable of directing the nucleation and growth of inorganic materials, such as silica, metal oxides, apatite or metal chalcogenides. This approach can be exploited in the synthesis of materials that exhibit defined nanoporosity. When the organic polymer-based hydrogel is incorporated in the inorganic product, a composite is formed from which the organic component may be selectively removed, yielding nanopores in the inorganic product. Such porogenic impact resembles the concept of using soft or hard templates for porous materials. This micro-review provides a survey of select examples from the literature.</jats:p>
Publishing Year
Journal Title
Gels
Article Number
83
ISSN
LibreCat-ID

Cite this

Weinberger C, Kuckling D, Tiemann M. Hydrogels as Porogens for Nanoporous Inorganic Materials. Gels. Published online 2018. doi:10.3390/gels4040083
Weinberger, C., Kuckling, D., & Tiemann, M. (2018). Hydrogels as Porogens for Nanoporous Inorganic Materials. Gels, Article 83. https://doi.org/10.3390/gels4040083
@article{Weinberger_Kuckling_Tiemann_2018, title={Hydrogels as Porogens for Nanoporous Inorganic Materials}, DOI={10.3390/gels4040083}, number={83}, journal={Gels}, author={Weinberger, Christian and Kuckling, Dirk and Tiemann, Michael}, year={2018} }
Weinberger, Christian, Dirk Kuckling, and Michael Tiemann. “Hydrogels as Porogens for Nanoporous Inorganic Materials.” Gels, 2018. https://doi.org/10.3390/gels4040083.
C. Weinberger, D. Kuckling, and M. Tiemann, “Hydrogels as Porogens for Nanoporous Inorganic Materials,” Gels, Art. no. 83, 2018, doi: 10.3390/gels4040083.
Weinberger, Christian, et al. “Hydrogels as Porogens for Nanoporous Inorganic Materials.” Gels, 83, 2018, doi:10.3390/gels4040083.

Export

Marked Publications

Open Data LibreCat

Search this title in

Google Scholar