CAS No.: 7631-86-9
Mesoporous silica nanoparticles from ACS Material are synthesized via the hydrothermal method, resulting in a material that demonstrates high thermal and mechanical stability. Mesoporous silica are particularly effective as molecular sieves with potential applications in medicine, thermal energy storage, biosensing, and imaging. KIT-6 is a high-quality mesoporous silica molecular sieve available from ACS Material. KIT-6 has a bicontinuous cubic mesostructured with Ia3d symmetry and an interpenetrating cylindrical pore system. This unique structure makes KIT-6 suitable for a variety of applications in a number of different fields. Most interestingly, KIT-6 has been shown to effectively adsorb gases; it’s potential for use in integrated chromatography and gas sensing microdevices is capturing the imagination of researchers around the world.
KIT-6 from ACS Material is a mesoporous silica molecular sieve that is calcined and ready to use. Pore size, particle size, and wall thickness are tunable. We carry a wide range of molecular sieves and other nanomaterials. Contact us today for detailed information about KIT-6 or any of our other molecular sieves.
|Preparation Method||Hydrothermal Method|
|BET Surface Area (m2/g)||600-800|
|Comparative Crystallinity (%)||≥90|
|Total Adsorption Average Pore Width (nm)||4.3|
|BJH Adsorption Average Pore Width (nm)||6.2|
|Phase||Cubic Ia3d Silica|
|Particle Size||10 - 100μm|
This product is calcined and ready to use directly.
TEM of ACS Material's KIT-6
BET Adsorption/Desorption Isotherms of ACS Material's KIT-6
BJH Adsorption-Pore Size Distributions of ACS Material's KIT-6
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