Default: Microporous and Mesoporous Materials

ISSN: 1387-1811

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Microporous and Mesoporous Materials is a journal indexed in SJR in Materials Science (miscellaneous) and Chemistry (miscellaneous) with an H index of 161. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,079 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Microporous and Mesoporous Materials focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: properties, zeolite, catalytic, cerium, zeolites, surface, metal, ipc, synthesis, conversion, ...

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Aims and Scope

properties, zeolite, catalytic, cerium, zeolites, surface, metal, ipc, synthesis, conversion, condensation, characterization, eaq, effects, electrochemical, encapsulation, ethylbenzene, cok, characterizationssynthesis, adsorptionhydroalkylation, allsilica, alumina, area, based, basic, benzene, betaonestep, calcination, catalystspreparation, characteristics,

Best articles

A multivariate analysis of the synthesis conditions of mesoporous materials

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A new approach for enhancing Sr2+ retention by an Al-PILC in acidic solutions

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A novel synthesis of zeolite W using organometallic precursors

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A zinc chromate of type FY: synthesis and structure

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Accessibility of lithium cations in high-silica zeolites investigated using the NMR paramagnetic shift effect of adsorbed oxygen

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Adsorbate interactions of Cu(II) in mesoporous Cu-GaMCM-41 studied by electron spin resonance and electron spin echo modulation

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Ag-exchanged analcime: crystal structure and crystal chemistry

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AlPO4-41 aluminophosphate molecular sieve: a new reproducible synthesis route involving diisopropylformamide as template precursor

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Application of logarithmic x-axis on adsorption isotherms to improve micropore analysis

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Cd-exchanged heulandite: symmetry lowering and site preference

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Characterisation of calcined silica-pillared zirconium phosphate: a Cu2+ e.p.r. study

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Characterisation of the microporosity of chromia- and titania-pillared montmorillonites differing in pillar density

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Crystallization of hydrophobic mesoporous titano-silicates useful as epoxidation catalysts

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Deposition of palladium inside straight mesopores of anodic alumina tube and its hydrogen permeability

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Dielectric properties of faujasites: comparison between types X and Y during dehydration

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Direct observation of the formation process of silicalite films on various substrates

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Electrorheological properties of a suspension of a mesoporous molecular sieve (MCM-41)

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Enantioselective hydrogenation on zeolite-encapsulated chiral palladium-salen complexes

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Enthalpies of formation of microporous titanosilicates ETS-4 and ETS-10

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Erratum to: Alkylammonium polycations as structure-directing agents in MFI zeolite synthesis [Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 22 (1998) 107-114]

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Erratum to: Synthesis of borosilicate zeolites by the dry gel conversion method and their characterization [Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 32 (1999) 81-91]

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Extensive intrazeolitic hydrolysis of Zn(II): partial structures of partially and fully hydrated Zn(II)-exchanged zeolite X

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Incorporation of tungsten trioxide into faujasites and sodalites by solid-state reactions

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Influence of zeolite factors affecting zeolitic acidity on the propane aromatization activity and selectivity of Ga/H-ZSM-5

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