New Insights in Stability, Structure and Properties of Porous Materials

New Insights in Stability, Structure and Properties of Porous Materials

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Porous materials (such as zeolites, clay minerals, and assemblies of oxide nanoparticles) are of great importance for the progress of many technological and environmental fields, such as catalysis, adsorption, separation, and ion exchange, because of their unique pore topologies, tunable structures, and the possibility of introducing active reaction sites.
The major goal of this Special Issue was to provide a platform for scientists to discuss new insights in the stability, structure, and properties of porous materials, as well as in innovative aspects of their processing and applications. The emphasis was given as the relationships between the structure and/or chemical composition and the specific physical properties of these materials, as well as their role in mineralogical, technological, green, and sustainable processes. In this Special Issue of Minerals, we provide an up-to-date selection of high-quality original and review papers concerning the physical, chemical, and structural characterization of porous materials, the synthesis of crystalline phases with pores in the appropriate range, structure–property relationships at ambient conditions, but also at high temperatures and/or at high pressures, adsorption, and diffusion of mobile species in porous materials, host–guest interactions and confinement effects, ion exchange, modeling in geological and environmental processes, and new insights in processing and applications. In total, eight topical contributions reflect both the diversity and interdisciplinary of modern mineralogy, bridging together experimentalists and computational approaches.

Title:New Insights in Stability, Structure and Properties of Porous MaterialsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:144 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 0.39 inShipping dimensions:144 pages, 9.61 X 6.69 X 0.39 inPublished:July 12, 2017Publisher:MDPI AGLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1) Editorial for Special Issue “New Insights in Stability, Structure and Properties of Porous
Materials”
2) Characterization of a Fine-Grained Interstratification of Turbostratic Talc and Saponite
3) Thermal Transformation of NH4-Clinoptilolite to Mullite and Silica Polymorphs
4) The Influence of the Framework and Extraframework Content on the High Pressure Behavior of the GIS Type Zeolites: The Case of Amicite
5) Effect of Silica Alumina Ratio and Thermal Treatment of Beta Zeolites on the Adsorption of Toluene from Aqueous Solutions
6) Use of Spent Zeolite Sorbents for the Preparation of Lightweight Aggregates Differing in Microstructure
7) Strength Reduction of Coal Pillar after CO2 Sequestration in Abandoned Coal Mines
8) Temperature-Induced Desorption of Methyl tert-Butyl Ether Confined on ZSM-5: An In Situ
Synchrotron XRD Powder Diffraction Study
9) Application of Mineral Sorbents for Removal of Petroleum Substances: A Review
10) Experimental Study of Montmorillonite Structure and Transformation of Its Properties under
Treatment with Inorganic Acid Solutions