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Novel Microporous Carbon Material with Flower Like Structure Templated by MCM-22

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Novel flower like microporous carbons with very high surface area have been synthesized for the first time using MCM-22 zeolite as a template and sucrose as a carbon source. The textural parameters of the materials can easily be tuned by the simple adjustment of the sucrose to MCM-22 weight ratio. It has been also found that the specific surface area of the microporous carbon materials is much higher as compared with that of its parent zeolite template.


Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2007-08-01

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