"Nanoporous materials" comprise all kinds of porous solids that possess pores in the range from about 0.2 nm up to 50 nm, irrespective of their chemical composition, their origin (natural or synthetic), and their amorphous or crystalline nature. Typical examples are zeolites and zeolite-like materials (e.g., crystalline microporous aluminophosphates and their derivatives), mesoporous oxides such as silica, metal organic frameworks, pillared clays, porous carbons, and related materials.
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Advances in Aromatics Processing using Zeolite Catalysts
Mesoporous Non-Siliceous Materials and Their Functions
Catalysis with Microporous Aluminophosphates and Silicoaluminophosphates Containing Transition Metals