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We are happy to share our expertise and collaborate with other researchers. Especially on the characterisation of porous materials. If you would like to collaborate with us please contact us!

Synthesis of microporous and mesoporous materials

Microporous and mesoporous materials are very interesting functional materials for many applications. Our group has a number of on-going research projects related to the synthesis of novel porous materials. We specialise in hydrothermal synthesis and sol gel synthesis of porous materials. In recent years, we have developed and optimised the synthesis of a number of magnesium and calcium based novel mesoporous inorganic materials including: highly porous amorphous calcium carbonate (HPACC) and highly porous amorphous calcium phosphate (HPACP). Both of these materials have shown record breaking properties. Apart from mesoporous materials we have also optimised the synthesis of a number of microporous materials, including a number of Zeolites, metal organic frameworks and activated carbon.

Porous sorbents for greenhouse gas separation

Greenhouse gases such as CO2 and SF6 are major pollutants that are emitted from a number of industrial processes. Our work focuses on developing and optimising porous sorbents that can capture these gases. Our work on sorbent development covers a wide range of sorbents. We have on-going research project on the development of high temperature inorganic oxide CO2 sorbents, including CaO and ZrO2 based sorbents. Apart from high temperature sorbents, we have been very active in the development of microporous physisorbent for CO2 and SF6 sorption. We have significant expertise in the development of zeolite based sorbents, as well as metal organic frameworks and activated carbon. Check out our publications for more information.

Porous materials for bio- and environmental applications

Application of porous materials is an interesting and exciting field with endless possibilities. Our work on bio-applications of porous materials includes the development and functionalisation of mesoporous materials for drug delivery and bone therapy. Environmental application that are included in our research activities include gas separation, heterogenous catalysis, water treatment, check our our publications for more information.

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Our research group works on the development of micro and mesoporous materials for a number of bio and environmental application. We are based at Uppsala University, Sweden

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