mesopore

mesopore

[′mez·ə‚pȯr]
(chemistry)
A pore in a catalytic material whose width ranges from 2 nanometers to 0.05 micrometer.
(paleontology)
A tube paralleling the autopore or chamber in fossil bryozoans.
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Mesopore volumes were obtained from the data by nitrogen adsorption with the Barret-Joyner-Halenda (BJH) method [20].
4 in CSA isotherm shows a mesopore development in its structure.
This problem has been almost solved by using silicate mesopore nanocomposites doped with Al.
Overlapping the silicate interlayers of bentonite by a aggregate of metal cations on the outer layer of bentonite causes the delamination structures formation of mesopore characterized by widening of basal spacing [d.
60] and seemed to be related to the surface area, micropore volume, and the volume ratios of mesopore to micropore.
Then, synthesized complexes were fixed on mesopore silicate beds of MCM-41, which have organized uniform nanopores, by direct reaction in toluene solvent.
A BET type-II [19] classification can be assigned to them, indicating a predominant micropore and mesopore structure.
1995) in demonstrating the negative effects of wheel traffic and tillage on macro- and mesopore formation.
Based on the BET classification method of isotherms [21, 22], these isotherms belong to type II isotherm, indicating a predominant micropore and mesopore structure [14].
Although fine sand and silt are known to exacerbate crusting, the literature does not stipulate the particle size threshold at which the change-over from crust promotion to mesopore creation (i.
The molecular weight of PS in the mesopore of MCM-41 was higher than the organic template mixture of CTAB and [F.
In both the Te Puninga and Waitoa soils, ESP appeared to influence the hydraulic character of the macro-mesopore flow domains only at the largest ESPs, with no clear trends in either the macropore or mesopore flow domains at lower ESPs (Fig.