Cyclohexane Industry Outlook in Germany to 2016 - Market Size, Company Share, Price Trends, Capacity Forecasts of All Active and Planned Plants
- Published: January 2012
Filling a real gap in the literature, this textbook provides the knowledge vital to students for hands-on nanotechnology. As such, it covers both the materials chemistry leading to porous materials as well as their properties and uses.
As an introductory text for final year bachelor and master courses, the book starts out with the methodology necessary for creating and characterizing porous materials. It then introduces these in detail, divided into six different classes, and concludes with important application examples.
The book's didactic value is further enhanced by problems and examples with solutions, brief chapter summaries and must-know keywords.
Pore Size and Distribution
Determination of Surface Area
Diffraction and Scattering
Names, Structure and Composition
Carbide derived Carbon
Carbon Nanohorns (SWNH)
3. Metal Oxide Frameworks (MOFs)
Building block Approach
4. Mesoporous Materials
Mechanisms of Formation
Transition Metal Oxides
Powders and Films
5. Porous Polymers
6. Macroporous Foams
Pressure Swing Adsorption
Stefan Kaskel is the Head of the Department of Inorganic Chemistry at Dresden Technical University, Germany. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Tübingen in 1997. He was Feodor Lynen Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation from 1998 to 2000 with John Corbett at Iowa State University and subsequently group leader at the MPI for Carbon Research in Mülheim, Germany. In 2004, he became Full Professor for Inorganic Chemistry in Dresden. His research is focused on porous materials and nanocomposites, and he has received the BMBF young scientist award and the Reimar Lüst Award of the Max-Planck Society.
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