Microporous Media: Synthesis: Properties, and Modeling

Edited by Freddy Romm 
CRC Press  2004  

Hardback  406 pp  ISBN 9780824755676      £145.00
  • analyzes, compares, and classifies existing models of narrow pores and microporosity-related phenomena
  • provides working calculative techniques, as well as energetic, technical, and economic estimations and investment recommendations
  • 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 presents new developments from nearly a decade of advancement. Written by a leading researcher in the field, this reference provides examples of the most original scientific and technical research impacting studies in porosity and microporosity, and illustrates methods to forecast the properties of microporous structures for improved electronic, construction, electrical, chemical, and medical applications. The book outlines new results in fractal, self-organization, and polymer theories; pore aging, and percolation; and their various engineering applications, and considers the impact of preparation conditions on the structure and properties of microporous materials.

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