Morphology and Physical and Chemical Performance Control of Mesoporous Composite Materials
Keywords:morphology, ultrasonic, surfactant concentration, inorganic salts, physical and chemical performance
In this study, we provide a strategy to control morphology as well as physical and chemical property of mesoporous composites materials (MCM). SEM, TEM, XRD and nitrogen adsorption-desorption measurements were used to characterize the morphology and physical and chemical performance of MCM. Low surfactant concentration results in fabrication microspheres with 5 gm in average diameter and smooth surface. Long ultrasonic irradiation results displayed the same size microspheres that were made up of smaller particles. Longer ultrasonic irradiation brought about more diversified morphology. In the synthesis system, the introduction of a variety of inorganic salts leads to great changes in morphology and physical and chemical property of mesoporous composites materials. Such morphological, physical and chemical property mesoporous composites materials are promising for application in many fields.
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