2.31 cm3/g pore volume
spec. surface area 562 m2/g
2230 °C (lit.)
>1600 °C (lit.)
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11 - Combustible Solids
Mesoporous Materials include a range of high surface area porous silicates with applications in gas adsorption, drug delivery, diagnostics and catalysis.
Mespoporous materials, also known as mesoporous molecular sieves, are a class of 3D-nanostructures with well-defined mesoscale (2–50 nm diameter) pores and surface areas up to 1000 m2/g
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Silica is a very popular inorganic nanomaterial used in a wide range of applications including fillers for rubber, catalyst supports, separation media, carriers in food and agriculture, and abrasive/anticaking agents in cosmetics. It is also widely believed to be an important material for biomedical applications for following reasons.
Mesoporous Silica and their Applications
A key challenge for nanomaterial safety assessment is the ability to handle the large number of newly engineered nanomaterials (ENMs), including developing cost-effective methods that can be used for hazard screening.