Microporous Media: Synthesis,Properties,and Modeling - Surfactant Science No.120 (Hardback)Freddy Romm-Haifa (author)
Hardback 406 Pages / Published: 29/03/2004
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Presenting new developments from nearly a decade of advancement, this reference provides examples of the most original scientific and technical research impacting studies in porosity and microporosity-illustrating methods to forecast the properties of microporous structures for improved electronic, construction, electrical, chemical, military, sanitary, and medical applications. Clearly outlines new results in fractal, self-organization, and polymer theories; models of adsorption, pore aging, and percolation; stability and resistance; and their various engineering applications. Written by a leading researcher in the field, Microporous Media: -analyzes, compares, and classifies existing models of narrow pores and microporosity-related phenomena-emphasizing their usefulness in determining the efficacy of new materials and compounds. -provides working calculative techniques, as well as energetic, technical, and ecomomic estimations and investment recommendations. -considers the impact of preparation conditions on the structure and properties of microporous materials. -describes the practical application of the concept of microporosity and the organizational aspects of its introduction in everyday practices of scientists, technologists, and investors. -explores theoretical and experimental studies of micropores and the development of models of pore formation. Microporous Media is an invaluable reference for all physical, surface, colloid, polymer, medicinal, and analytical chemists; chemical engineers; materials scientists; chemical physicists; and graduate students in these disciplines.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 406
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