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Synthesis of ultrahigh surface area polymer networks using tetrahedral monomers

Stöckel, Ev (2011) Synthesis of ultrahigh surface area polymer networks using tetrahedral monomers. Doctoral thesis, University of Liverpool.

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Abstract

Conjugated microporous polymers (CMPs) are a class of amorphous materials with pore sizes in the micropore range (< 2 nm). CMPs have potential advantages over inorganic and inorganic hybrid materials due to the use of only the lighter elements in the periodic table and their stability as well as having the diversity of organic synthesis not available to activated carbons. Due to their sorption properties CMPs find applications as gas storage materials. By tuning the chemistry and designing the monomers around the chemistry ultrahigh surface areas can be achieved. This way, novel materials with good gas storage capabilities for hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and methane can be synthesised.

Item Type:Thesis (Doctoral)
Subjects:Q Science > QD Chemistry
Departments, Research Centres and Related Units:Academic Faculties, Institutes and Research Centres > Faculty of Science > Department of Chemistry
Status:Unpublished
ID Code:4873
Deposited On:03 Aug 2012 10:14
Last Modified:03 Aug 2012 10:14

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