Synthesis of thermally stable porous SiC hollow spheres and control of the shell thickness
- Synthesis of thermally stable porous SiC hollow spheres and control of the shell thickness
- 노성철; 이승용; 김성례; 윤성호; 설용건; 정광덕
- SiC; hollow sphere; Thickness control; Silicon carbide; SiO2 template; Control thickness
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- Microporous and mesoporous materials
- VOL 199, 11-17
- Thermally stable SiC hollow spheres were prepared using SiO2 templates with two layers. At the calcination at higher than 1300 °C, the SiC hollow sphere could be obtained. The shell thickness of the porous SiC hollow spheres can be controlled by the molar ratio of TMS/TEOS. The pore volumes and BET surface areas of the template SiO2 increased with the molar ratio of TMS/TEOS, while those of the SiC/SiO2 and SiC spheres decreased. It is evident that the pore sizes of the SiC hollow spheres were not influenced by the TMS/TEOS ratio. The wall thickness of the SiC sample increased with an increase in the TMS/TEOS mole ratio. The prepared SiC hollow spheres with the surface area higher than 770 m2/g were thermally stable up to temperatures higher than 700 °C.
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