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Superfund Research Program

Chemistry of Materials (impact factor: 10.159)




  • Guo L, Morris DG, Liu X, Vaslet CA, Hurt RH, Kane AB. 2007. Iron bioavailability and redox activity in diverse carbon nanotube samples. Chemistry of Materials 19(14):3472-3478. doi:10.1021/cm062691p


  • Kim SS, Shah J, Pinnavaia TJ. 2003. Colloid-imprinted carbons as templates for the nanocasting synthesis of mesoporous ZSM-5 zeolite. Chemistry of Materials 15(8):1664-1668.


  • Ozkan D, Kerman K, Meric B, Kara P, Demirkan H, Polverejan M, Pinnavaia TJ, Ozsoz M. 2002. Heterostructured fuorohectorite clay as an electrochemical sensor for the detection of 2,4-dichlorophenol and the herbicide 2,4-D. Chemistry of Materials 14(4):1755-1761.
  • Polverejan M, Liu Y, Pinnavaia TJ. 2002. Aluminated derivatives of porous clay heterostructure (PCH) assembled from synthetic saponite: properties as supermicroporous to small mesoporous acid catalysts. Chemistry of Materials 14:2283-2288.


  • Mori Y, Pinnavaia TJ. 2001. Optimizing organic functionality in mesostructured silica: direct assembly of mercaptopropyl groups in wormhole framework structures. Chemistry of Materials 13(6):2173.


  • Yun SK, Pinnavaia TJ. 1995. Water content and particle texture of synthetic hydrotalcite-like layered double hydroxides. Chemistry of Materials 7:348-354.
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