Porous materials: A case study of supramolecular organization in materials design
Supramolecular synthesis is being increasingly employed in materials design. In this article, the design of porous solids is discussed as a case study. Examples from recent work in the areas of open-framework inorganic materials, mesoporous solids and organic porous solids are presented to illustrate this important aspect of materials chemistry.
Volume 42 | Issue 6
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