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micropore

[′mī·krə‚pȯr]
(chemistry)
A pore in a catalytic material whose diameter is less than 2 nanometers.
(geology)
A pore small enough to hold water against the pull of gravity and to retard water flow.
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Microporous materials have pore diameters less than 20 angstrom (Ea), the mesoporous category lies in the middle with pore diameters between 2 and 50 nanometers (nm), and macroporous materials have pore diameters greater than 500 Ea.
The polymer is then removed by thermal decomposition and the resulting material heated up at 1,300-1,400 C to sinter the metal particles together and create a microporous material.
McClure and Perez have developed a microporous material with a metallic nanoparticle coating.
Open-celled microcellular thermoplastic foam offers a range of properties well suited for many microporous material applications.
As a microporous material, aluminophosphates (AlPO) nanomolecular sieves have been used in many processes as a shape-selective catalyst 1-5].
Zeolites are microporous materials that have sub-atomic sieving and particular adsorption properties, the arrangement of a zeolite layer opens up the likelihood of working in a nonstop procedure, moreover a zeolite film would be alluring in a few applications, for example, organized reactors or sensors.
Also these polymers are superior to the conventional microporous materials due to their high free volume and internal surface area.
The adsorption of methane in microporous materials can store large amounts of methane at low enough pressures for the allowance of conformable, ,Auflat,Au pressure vessels.
Imbibed and Deposited on Mesoporous and Microporous Materials," Journal of Nanomaterials, vol.
Bem began his career at UOP, a Honeywell Company, where his work was centered on the synthesis and applications of zeolites and microporous materials. In 2000, he became R&D director of Torial, a subsidiary of UOP, and developed and commercialized high-throughput tools for heterogeneous catalysis.
Pariente, "Supramolecular assemblies of fluoro-aromatic organic molecules as structure directing agents of microporous materials: different effects of fluorine," Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, vol.