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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Two devices for determining the surface area, size distribution and a micropore volume and mesopore by physisorption gas enabling measurement of at least three samples simultaneously.
According to the classification by International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry [33], pores are classified as micropores (less than 2nm diameter), mesopore (2-50 nm diameter) and macropores (> 50 nm diameter).
The surface area (S) was calculated using the BET model and the micropore volume, Vo, was obtained by applying the Dubinin-Radushkevich model to the adsorption data; the total pore volume and mesopore volume, Vmeso were also calculated.
4 in CSA isotherm shows a mesopore development in its structure.
Each analysis station is upgradeable from mesopore to micropore with the option of designating one station for chemisorption analyses.
This problem has been almost solved by using silicate mesopore nanocomposites doped with Al.
Micromeritics' 3Flex surface characterization analyzer is an automated, three-station instrument capable of high-throughput surface area mesopore and micropore analyses.
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.
The degree of activation can be quantified by the micro- and mesopore volumes in the carbon.