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Chemists develop record-breaking porous crystalline material with world's highest surface area

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Porosity is the key to high-performance materials for energy storage systems, environmental technologies or catalysts. The more porous a solid state material is, the more liquids and gases it is able to store. However, a multitude of pores destabilizes the material. In search of the stability limits of such frameworks, researchers of the TU Dresden's Faculty of Chemistry broke a world record: DUT-60 is a new crystalline framework with the world's highest specific surface and the highest specific pore volume measured so far among all known crystalline framework materials. more

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