[Paper]: Adsorption of nickelocene and ruthenocene on mesoporous silica MCM-48 and activated carbon supports in supercritical carbon dioxide

New Research paper: Adsorption of nickelocene and ruthenocene on mesoporous silica MCM-48 and activated carbon supports in supercritical carbon dioxide Álvaro Sastre, Ángel Martín, Esther Alonso  /  J. Supercritical Fluids 117 (2016) 138-146 Available online until 24 September 2016 http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1TUxC3BwpenVpg

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Silica aerogels; alternative matrix for catalytic palladium nanoparticles

Effective routes to obtain more valuable products from biomass requires the design of efficient catalysts. Novel catalytic structures are therefore needed to overcome the present challenges. These novel structures require the integration of support active sites in a way that preserves their advantages and capabilities. Here, we introduce novel catalytic structures achieved by the integration […]

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Impregnation of herbs oil into organic and inorganic aerogels for drug delivery system

Medicinal herbs have received much attention world-wide for many years as natural drugs for therapeutic purposes. Their high content of phytochemicals such as antioxidant, anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory compounds drives their uses for disease treatment and prevention as well as in chemotherapy application. Conventionally, these plants have been boiled in water or blended with other ingredients […]

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