Studies on Porous Monolithic Materials Prepared via Sol–Gel Processes


ISBN: 978-4-431-54197-4 (Print) 978-4-431-54198-1 (Online)
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Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

  2. Book Chapter

    Pages 1-11

    General Introduction

  3. Book Chapter

    Pages 13-32

    Pore Formation in Poly(divinylbenzene) Networks Derived from Organotellurium-Mediated Living Radical Polymerization

  4. Book Chapter

    Pages 33-45

    Extension of Living Radical Polymerization Accompanied by Phase Separation to Methacrylate- and Acrylamide-based Polymer Monoliths

  5. Book Chapter

    Pages 47-60

    Novel Monolithic Capillary Column with Well-Defined Macropores Based on Poly(styrene-co-divinylbenzene)

  6. Book Chapter

    Pages 61-78

    Fabrication of Activated Carbon Monoliths with Well-Defined Macropores Derived from Sulfonated Poly(divinylbenzene) Networks

  7. Book Chapter

    Pages 79-89

    Monolithic Electrode for Electric Double-Layer Capacitors Based on Macro/Meso/Microporous S-Containing Activated Carbon with High Surface Area

  8. Book Chapter

    Pages 91-105

    Facile Preparation of Transparent Monolithic TiO2 Gels Utilizing Chelating Ligand and Mineral Salts

  9. Book Chapter

    Pages 107-119

    Novel and Facile Preparation of Hierarchically Porous TiO2 Monoliths

  10. Book Chapter

    Pages 121-134

    Application of Hierarchically Porous Titania Monoliths to Chromatographic Separation Media

  11. Book Chapter

    Pages 135-145

    Arylene-Bridged Polysilsesquioxane Monoliths with Multi-Scale Porous Structure Prepared via Sol–Gel Process Followed by Hydrothermal Treatment

  12. Book Chapter

    Pages 147-162

    Fabrication of Macroporous SiC and SiC/C Monoliths from Arylene-Bridged Polysilsesquioxanes via Carbothermal Reduction

  13. Book Chapter

    Pages 163-179

    Hierarchically Porous Carbon Monoliths with High Surface Area from Arylene-Bridged Polysilsesquioxanes Without Thermal Activation Process

  14. Book Chapter

    Pages 181-202

    Facile Preparation of Monolithic LiFePO4/Carbon Composites with Well-Defined Macropores for Li-ion Battery

  15. Book Chapter

    Pages 203-207

    General Summary