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Functional Gradient Inverse Opal Carbon Monoliths with Directional and Multinary Porosity

Functional Gradient Inverse Opal Carbon Monoliths with Directional and Multinary Porosity

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CHEN, Mengdi, Kay HAGEDORN, Helmut CÖLFEN, Sebastian POLARZ, 2017. Functional Gradient Inverse Opal Carbon Monoliths with Directional and Multinary Porosity. In: Advanced Materials. 29(2), 1603356. ISSN 0935-9648. eISSN 1521-4095. Available under: doi: 10.1002/adma.201603356

@article{Chen2017Funct-37511, title={Functional Gradient Inverse Opal Carbon Monoliths with Directional and Multinary Porosity}, year={2017}, doi={10.1002/adma.201603356}, number={2}, volume={29}, issn={0935-9648}, journal={Advanced Materials}, author={Chen, Mengdi and Hagedorn, Kay and Cölfen, Helmut and Polarz, Sebastian}, note={Article Number: 1603356} }

Hagedorn, Kay Functional Gradient Inverse Opal Carbon Monoliths with Directional and Multinary Porosity 2017-02-16T10:47:15Z 2017-02-16T10:47:15Z eng Chen, Mengdi Cölfen, Helmut Polarz, Sebastian Nanoporous monoliths with hierarchical nanostructure are prepared via in situ assembly of template and carbon precursor gel by controlled ultracentrifugation experiments. Benefits of the gradient porosity are demonstrated for the Li-O<sub>2</sub> battery. Cölfen, Helmut Chen, Mengdi Polarz, Sebastian 2017 Hagedorn, Kay

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