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Polymeric Track Etched Membranes - Application for Advanced Porous Structures Formation

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Track etched membranes are porous systems consisting of a thin polymer foil with channels from surface to surface. Latent ion tracks are the result of the passage of swift ions through solid matter and they can be etched selectively. As a result, conical, cylindrical or other shape channels can be obtained. The increasing interest in the polymer track etched membranes with nanochannels is connected with development and creation of nanoporous materials of unique properties. The template synthesis method based on deposition of materials inside well-defined uniform pores of membranes offers unique possibilities of formation of one-dimensional, high aspect ratio (length to diameter) cylindrical species having form of rods, wires, tubules, multiwall tubules and multilayer rods, practically from any solid material. Metal-organic frameworks are a class of hybrid materials comprising metal ion-based vertices and organic ligands (linkers) which serve to connect the vertices into one-, two- or three-dimensional periodic structures. A specific property of porous structures is their intrinsic porosity, which renders them potentially useful for gas storage, separation and catalysis. The possibility of obtaining a new composite material: polymeric track etched membrane with pores filled with hybrid porous material has been demonstrated.
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