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Ordered mesoporous carbon cmk-3

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Synthesized by using mesoporous SBA-15 silica as the hard template

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CAS No.: 7440-44-0


Specific Surface Area


Pore Diameter


Total Pore Volume


Micropore Volume


Ave. Size




A-Discontinued 700~1000 5.57 ~1.35 0.01 0.5~5 --
B ≥ 900 3.8-4.0 1.2-1.5 0.29 ~1.0 >99.6

Note: BET data is for reference only. We recommend that customers perform their own tests for more accurate data.

XRD of CMK-3

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1. Which precursor was used for the preparation?
Sucrose was used as the precursor for CMK-3.
2. What was the applied heat-treatment temperature for the carbonization?
Carbonization was treated at 900°C for 5h under an inert atmosphere of nitrogen.

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