Assessing Structural Correlations and Heterogeneity Length Scales in Functional Porous Polymers from Physical Reconstructions

Tibor Müllner, Armin Zankel, Frantisek Svec, Alexandra Höltzel, Ulrich Tallarek

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A general, model-free, quantitative approach to the key morphological properties of a porous polymer monolith is presented. After 3D reconstruction, image-based analysis delivers detailed spatial and spatially correlated information on the structural heterogeneities in the void space and the polymer skeleton. Identified heterogeneities, which limit the monolith's performance in targeted applications, are traced back to the preparation process.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)6009-6013
JournalAdvanced Materials
VolumeVolume 27, Issue 39
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Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Assessing Structural Correlations and Heterogeneity Length Scales in Functional Porous Polymers from Physical Reconstructions. / Müllner, Tibor; Zankel, Armin; Svec, Frantisek; Höltzel, Alexandra; Tallarek, Ulrich.

In: Advanced Materials, Vol. Volume 27, Issue 39, 2015, p. 6009-6013.

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Müllner, Tibor ; Zankel, Armin ; Svec, Frantisek ; Höltzel, Alexandra ; Tallarek, Ulrich. / Assessing Structural Correlations and Heterogeneity Length Scales in Functional Porous Polymers from Physical Reconstructions. In: Advanced Materials. 2015 ; Vol. Volume 27, Issue 39. pp. 6009-6013.
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