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January 22nd, 2004

Chemistry: Lizards line up

Abstract:
Building porous silicates from individual molecules is a useful way to create nanoscale channels that are bristling with organic functional groups. This method is often preferable to starting with grains of silica and then forcing organic molecules into existing pores, which usually results in much lower loading densities.

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* Nature

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