An eco-friendly, tunable and scalable method for producing porous functional nanomaterials designed using molecular interactions

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Description

Contains all input files and output configurations used to produce molecular dynamics simulations using GROMACS software. The simulations form the basis of a study on the mechanism of environmentally friendly template removal during the synthesis of bioinspired silica materials. The data has never been made public before. Details of files and folder structure available in the README file.
Date made available15 Feb 2017
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Temporal coverage2015 - 2017

Research Output

An eco-friendly, tunable and scalable method for producing porous functional nanomaterials designed using molecular interactions

Manning, J. R. H., Yip, T. W. S., Centi, A., Jorge, M. & Patwardhan, S. V., 22 Apr 2017, In : ChemSusChem. 10, 8, p. 1683–1691 9 p.

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    Projects

    Computational modelling and design of nanoporous silica materials

    Jorge, M. & Centi, A.

    1/10/1330/09/16

    Project: Research - Studentship

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    Jorge, M. (Owner), Centi, A. (Creator) (15 Feb 2017). An eco-friendly, tunable and scalable method for producing porous functional nanomaterials designed using molecular interactions. University of Strathclyde. input_ecofriendly(.zip), README(.txt). 10.15129/baf10272-6834-4cad-8b1a-7c73f406d0ce