Ask an Expert! - Ambient-temperature porogen-free method for preparation of silica-based macroporous materials
December 15, 2023 | 16:30 - 17:30 CET | Virtual
About The Event
Dan Trunov’s paper focuses on the synthesis of silica-based microporous aggregates composed of silica nanoparticles using a template-free method. The results confirm the possibility of tailoring the pore size distribution simply by using primary particles of various sizes. The application of prepared aggregates was demonstrated by the immobilization of urease from Canavalia ensiformis, resulting in high enzyme activity compared with free enzymes.
Read the paper:
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, Volume 634, 5 February 2022, 128033
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