Porous materials are everywhere, and this handbook describes many of their applications in separations, reactions, and energy storage. But what exactly makes a material porous? How do we distinguish between porous materials and materials that contain pores? How we can synthesize porous materials? and How we can benefit from porous materials? The first volume provides answers to these and many other questions. The volume comprises three chapters, written by academic and industry professionals that share their views, experiences, thoughts, and forecasts on this topic. All chapters are written using simple and concise language, that delivers the topics clearly to undergraduate and graduate students, engineers and anyone who is looking for an entry to the field of porous materials. With more than 150 figures and schemes, many theoretical insights and over a thousand references, it is comprehensive yet accessible.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Materials Science(all)
- Chemical Engineering(all)