Ultralight 3D-γ-MnOOH porous materials fabricated by hydrothermal treatment and freeze-drying | 水热合成和冷冻干燥相结合制备超轻三维多孔γ-MnOOH材料

Creating three-dimensional (3D) ultralight metal oxide using cost-effective precursors and facile approaches is important. Here, shape-controlled γ-MnOOH (density lower than 0.078 g cm−3) with a continuously 3D porous network (3D-γ-MnOOH) was successfully fabricated with KMnO4, MnCl2 and NaOH via hy...

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Published in:Science China Materials, Vol. 62, No. 4 (2019), p. 527-535
Main Author: Wang, Yanqiu (Author)
Other Involved Persons: Chen, Lu ; Chen, Min ; Zhong, Zhaoxiang ; Meng, Qingwei ; Xing, Weihong
Format: electronic Article
Language:English
ISSN:2199-4501
Item Description:Yanqiu Wang is currently pursuing her master degree under the supervision of Prof. Weihong Xing at the College of Chemical Engineering in Nanjing Tech University. Her research interests are novel structural metal oxides and their application. Zhaoxiang Zhong is a professor at the State Key Laboratory of Materials-Oriented Chemical Engineering in Nanjing Tech University. He received his PhD from Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing (China) in 2007. He is currently the young editor of Journal of China Chemical Engineering and the executive director of China Environmental Science Society. He also hosts the National Key R&D Project and Jiangsu Outstanding Youth Fund Project. His research interests include air purification membrane materials and environmental functional nanomaterials. Weihong Xing is the vice-president of Nanjing Tech University. She received her BSc degree (1991), MSc degree (1994) and PhD degree (2002) in chemical engineering from Nanjing Tech University. She is currently the Deputy Director of the National Membrane Separation Technology Standardization Committee, Vice Chairman of China Membrane Industry Association, and Director of the National Engineering Research Center for Special Separation Membrane. Her main research interests focus on the research and application of membrane materials. Supplementary material is available for this article at https://doi.org/10.1007/s40843-018-9352-7 and is accessible for authorized users.
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DOI:10.1007/s40843-018-9352-7
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