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3.2. Textural characterization of the aerogels.
Fig. 4. a) N2 adsorption isotherms recorded at 77 K of the N-doped carbon aerogels and their composites with carbon black; b) Pore size distribution plots. Inset: Cumulative pore volume plot; c and d) Zoom of the N2 adsorption isotherms shown in a) to reveal details of the hysteresis loops.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
This everolimus more clearly seen in the textural parameters obtained from the adsorption isotherms compiled in Table 3. Overall, the prepared samples present lower values of surface area and micropore volumes compared to N-free RF aerogels obtained from similar procedure, due to the zone of intolerance incorporation of melamine in the reactants mixture [32].
Table 3.
Main textural parameters of the synthesized carbon aerogels derived from the nitrogen isotherms at −196 °C.SamplesSBET/m2 g−1aVT/cm3 g−1bVMIC/cm3 g−1bVMES/cm3 g−1MRF-Pyr3240.470.090.39MRF-Act5440.600.170.42MRF-Pyr/CB3160.680.060.61MRF-Act/CB5740.930.150.79atotal pore volume evaluated at p/p0 ∼ 0.99bmicro/mesopore volumes evaluated by the 2D-NLDFT-HS methodFull-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV