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Synthesis and characterization of mesoporous alumina molecular sieves with cationic surfactants in the presence of formamide

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Synthesis and characterization of mesoporous alumina molecular sieves with cationic surfactants in the presence of formamide
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Synthesis and characterization of mesoporous alumina molecular sieves with cationic surfactants in the presence of formamide
Author
Lee, Hyun ChulKim, Hae JinChoo, Dae HyunLee, Hee CheonChung, Soo HyunLee, Kyung HeeLee, Jae Sung
Keywords
Aluminum alkoxides; Electronic environments; Formamides; High surface area; HRTEM images; Hydrothermal conditions
Issue Date
2003-07
Publisher
Nanotechnology in Mesostructured Materials
Citation
STUDIES IN SURFACE SCIENCE AND CATALYSIS, v.146, no., pp.217 - 220
Abstract
We have synthesized alumina mesoporous molecular sieves with a cationic surfactant (CTAB) exhibiting thermal stability and high surface area and were also able to synthesize the mesoporous alumina from aluminum alkoxide precursor with cationic surfactant under hydrothermal condition in the presence of formamide as an external additive. The pore sizes and surface area could be controlled by changing of the amount of formamide. The HRTEM image of P-AMS-F showed the disordered interwoven network of the pore architecture. The Al-27 NMR results clearly demonstrate the existence of the different electronic environment around resonant aluminum nuclei
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10.1016/S0167-2991(03)80366-X
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0167-2991
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