Solution for porous material adsorption characterization

Porous Material Adsorption Characterization Solution

Date: 12th, July 2021. From: BSD Instrument

Porous materials are a kind of material that contain numbers of pores, this kind of porous solid materials are mainly composed of the continuous fixed phase formed by materials’ own basic structure and fluid medium phase forming pores, and the liquid medium is gas mostly. Porous materials are commonly found around our life and environment playing an important role in structure, cushioning, vibration damping, heat insulation, sound deadening, filtration and etc.

Common amorphous porous structure materials:

Silica gel, Aluminium oxide sol, cross-linked clay, layered columnar, structure material and activated carbon molecular sieve and etc.

Common porous crystal materials:

Zeolite, molecular sieve, zeolite-like materials, silicon oxide and other mesoporous materials, silicon oxide and other macroporous materials.

Pore size of porous materials means nominal (equivalent) pore size in porous structure, which has the average or equivalent meaning. The characterization method includes maximum pore size, average pore size, pore size distribution, pore volume and porosity.

The basic parameter of porous materials is to characterize the pore features, e.g. pore volume, pore size, specific surface area and etc. The performance of porous materials also largely depends on pore geometry, size and distribution.

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