COA of Hexagonal MCM-41
BET surface area（m2/g）: ≥800
Pore volume (cm3/g): 0.8-0.9
Relative crystallinity NaO2（%）: ≥90
Loss on Ignition（%）: ≤5
Bore diameter（nm）: 3.5－4
Particle size: 200 nm-1μm
Crystalline: p6mm Uses: MCM-41, as the zeolites, are widely used as catalytic cracking. They are also used for separations. Main Function: Heterogeneous catalysis, ion exchange, sensing technology, adsorption Characterization photos
TEM Description About MCM-41:
MCM-41 is an amorphous silica with a regular mesopore system which consists of an array of unidimensional and hexagonally shaped meso-pores. The pore size of the MCM-41 can be controlled from 1.5 to 10 nm by use of an appro-priate surfactant as a template. Because of its uniform size and shape of mesopores, as well as its thermal stability, MCM-41 has attracted considerable interest as a model substance of gas adsorption, catalyst support and adsor-bent in separation processes such as HPLC and supercritical fluid chromatography.
MCM-41 is a mesoporous material with a hierarchical structure from a family of silicate and alumosilicate solids can be used as catalysts or catalyst supports.