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Title: Biomass, abundant resources for synthesis of mesoporous silica material
Authors: Okinjokun, Adebola Iyabode 
Ojumu, Tunde Victor 
Ogunfowokan, Aderemi Okunola 
Keywords: Msoporous silica materials (MSiM);Templating agents;Biomass;Silica framework;Micelle concentration;surfactant
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Intech
Abstract: The synthesis of mesoporous silica materials was reviewed with a view to discuss the reaction mechanism and the various attempts made at enhancing the materials’ properties by utilizing varieties of templating agents and silica frameworks from pure synthetic chemicals. This chapter also reviewed studies in which either the template or the framework was synthesized from benign reagents obtained from renewable sources, to achieve enhanced material properties. The view was to encourage the development of mesoporous silica materials in which both the template and the silica framework are from biomass origin. This approach may promote the large‐scales synthesis of mesoporous silica for commercial purposes, which had previously been hampered by the toxic nature, cost of synthetic chemical reagents, and unsustainable synthetic routes.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/63463
http://hdl.handle.net/11189/5744
ISBN: 978-953-51-2583-9
Appears in Collections:Eng - Books / Book Chapters

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