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Role of the organic linker in the early stages of the templated synthesis of PMOs

Futamura, Ryusuke and Jorge, Miguel and Gomes, José R B (2013) Role of the organic linker in the early stages of the templated synthesis of PMOs. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 15 (17). pp. 6166-6169. ISSN 1463-9076

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Abstract

Classical MD simulations for surfactant-bromide-water solutions containing several organosilicate precursors show that the presence or absence of molecular-scale periodicity in the pore walls of PMOs is dictated by the strength of the surfactant micelle-organosilica interaction and by the relative flexibility and orientation of the organic linker.