• Dispersion in a foam
    Dispersion in a foam

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  • iMorph
    iMorph

    iMorph an open Source project for visualisation and morphological analysis of porous materials Copyright IUSTI/CNRS and AMU

  • ZSM-5 pore system

    generated by ZEOMICS, a computational zeolite characterization tool developed at Princeton University.

  • Mixing Front

    Mixing front in a porous media. Copyright FAST/CNRS and GMP/UBA

  • Bentonite grain expanding between sand grains - lms.epfl.ch/en

    Sand/Bentonite mixtures are used in EBS for confinement of hazardous wastes.

 

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Short description:

ZSM-5 pore system generated by ZEOMICS, a computational zeolite characterization tool developed at Princeton University. Sinusoidal channels (gray) intersect straight channels (blue) at cages (navy).

Long description:

Researchers at Princeton University have developed computational methods for the three-dimensional characterization of microporous networks including those found in zeolites and metal-organic frameworks (MOFs).

The approach, based on graph theory, geometry, and mathematical optimization, automatically identifies portals, channels, cages, and their connectivity. Quantities of interest are computed, such as pore size distribution, accessible volume, accessible surface area, largest cavity diameter, and pore limiting diameter. Web tools are made freely available to the scientific community:

ZEOMICS (http://helios.princeton.edu/zeomics/) for zeolites and

MOFomics (http://helios.princeton.edu/mofomics/) for MOFs.

These web tools include databases of pore characterizations for popular materials and allow users to submit additional structures. Colorful three-dimensional visualizations of the pore systems are provided. For more information,please visit our web tools or contact

Professor Christodoulos A.Floudas
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Princeton University
A325 Engineering Quad
Princeton, NJ 08544, USA
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Conditions of use:

The picture is original work generated at Princeton University. Princeton possess the rights to publicly distribute the picture and they allow the InterPore society to display it on its website. They also allow the InterPore society to use the picture in other publications and presentations with appropriate attribution.