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Journal of Porous Materials

Description
The interdisciplinary periodical covering all types of porous materials

 

Status
active
Indexing
Aluminum Industry Abstracts, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), Chemistry Citation Index, Compendex, Current Contents/Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences, Ei Page One, Engineered Materials Abstracts, Engineering Index Monthly, Glassfile Database, Materials Science Citation Index, METADEX (Metals Abstracts), Reaction Citation Index, Science Citation Index, Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch), SCOPUS
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
1380-2224
E ISSN
1573-4854
First volume
1
Last volume
16+
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Description

The Journal of Porous Materials is an international, interdisciplinary periodical focused on the rapid publication of high quality, peer-reviewed papers on synthesis, processing, characterization and evaluation of all porous materials. The journal addresses the dramatic pace of progress in the design and synthesis, characterization and property evaluation of porous materials for catalysis, separations and sensors.

Coverage includes:

Synthesis, processing, characterization and property evaluation

Tailoring by physical and chemical treatments

Fundamental properties, including liquid-solid, solid-solid phase transitions in pores, effects of confinement on gases, liquids and organic molecules, adsorption, ion exchange and sieving, molecular sieving, and more

Applications including optical, electronic devices, catalysis, waste disposal, selective separation and fixation of hazardous and radioactive ions and hazardous organic species, and more

Offers the contributions of chemists, materials scientists, ceramists, chemical engineers, biologists and agricultural scientists.












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