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Transport in Nanoporous Materials

Snurr, R., Northwestern University
Johnson, K., University of Pittsburgh

Transport in nanoporous materials plays a key role in adsorption separations, membranes, and heterogeneous catalysis. The close interaction of diffusing molecules and the pore walls, however, creates a unique diffusional regime that is not well understood. Talks in this session will discuss transport in nanoporous materials, including new developments in theoretical descriptions, insights from molecular simulation, experimental probes, and unique ways of exploiting nanopore diffusion in practical applications.



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