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0.4-0.7 cm3/g mesoporosity
0-0.25 cm3/g microporosity
spec. surface area >500 m2/g (BET)
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While we do not perform conductivity testing, our supplier reports the conductivity to be approximately 0.07 ohm m-1.
Per our supplier, this product is stable in boiling water, toluene, and ethanol.
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