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Exploring the boundaries of molecular sieve materials

Davis, Mark E. (2022) Exploring the boundaries of molecular sieve materials. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 344 . Art. No. 112200. ISSN 1387-1811. doi:10.1016/j.micromeso.2022.112200.

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The Davis research program is focused on exploring and moving the boundaries of molecular sieve properties. Here, it is described how the program approached the investigation of: (i) extra-large pores and extra-large pore spaces, (ii) framework charge and (iii) enantiomerically enriched, powdered samples. Additionally, current work on item (iii), and site-specific placement of heteroatoms into the framework are discussed. The Corma research program also investigates a number of these areas, and some of the intersections with the Davis research program are provided.

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Additional Information:I want to thank all the people (students, visitors, collaborators, etc.) who I have had the opportunity to work with over my career. You have made my work a pleasure. I also want to thank all the financial sponsors we have had over the years, as they have provided us the flexibility to explore many new areas of science and technology. Finally, I would especially like to thank Stacey Zones for his many decade collaboration and friendship. You have been there for the good times as well as the difficult times. The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper.
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