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Novel organic-inorganic mesophases: Self-templating synthesis and intratubular swelling

AuthorsRuiz-Hitzky, Eduardo ; Letaïef, S.; Prévot, V.
Issue Date2002
CitationAdvanced Materials 14 (6): 439-443 (2002)
AbstractFlexible, swellable organosilica tubes are the most remarkable new mesophase generated by co-hydrolysis of tetraalkylammonium- substituted trimethoxysilanes and TEOS. The composites self-organize into lamellar layers of hexagonal tubules, whose elastic walls allow the uptake of anionic or liphophilic species. The hexagonal-tube structure is retained even upon calcination of mesoporous silica.
Identifiersissn: 0935-9648
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