Nanoporous Materials: Advanced Techniques for Characterization, Modeling, and Processing
Nick Kanellopoulos Greece's National Center of Scientific Research “Demokritos”
DescriptionThe past thirty years has seen a dramatic rise in the field of porous materials due to the development of an increasing number of novel materials. This book provides researchers of different disciplines with a clear and concise presentation of the current state of the art, recent advances and expected developments, as well as simulation techniques and their applications to optimize processes involving sorbents, membranes and catalysts. The chapters address experimental techniques, modeling techniques, processes, and case studies.
Table of ContentsBasic Principles, Recent Advances and Expected Developments of Advanced Techniques Applied in Processes Involving Nanoporous Solids.
Fundamentals, Recent Advances and Expected Developments of Simulation Methods. DFT, Monte-Carlo Methods.
Molecular Dynamics Methods.
Multi-Scale Modelling of Polymers.
Fundamentals, Recent Advances and Expected in Sorption, Membrane, Catalytic and Novel Processes Involving Nanoporous Materials.
Synthesis Processes of Nanoporous Solids.
Case Studies of Applications of Advanced Techniques and Their Combinations to Optimize Processes Involving Nanoporous Materials.
Combinations of the In-Situ and Ex-Situ Techniques for Monitoring and Controlling Processes Involving Nanoporous Solids and Multi-Objective Optimization of Chemical Processes.
Applications in Porous Membranes - Recent Developments and Expected Breakthroughs in Industrial Gas Separation and in Catalytic Membranes Reactors. Applications in Nanomedicine - Recent Developments and Expected Breakthroughs.
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