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US5108725A   [0045] 
WO9111390A   [0045] 

Ordered porous materials for emerging applications   [0045] 
Synthesis and applications of supramolecular-templated mesoporous materials   [0045] 
Ordered mesoporous molecular sieves synthesized by a liquid-crystal template mechanism   [0045] 
Triblock copolymer syntheses of mesoporous silica with periodic 50 to 300 angstrom pores   [0045] 
Mesoporous silica molecular sieves prepared by ionic and neutral surfactant templating: A comparison of physical properties   [0045] 
Nonionic triblock and star diblock copolymer and oligomeric surfactant syntheses of highly ordered, hydrothermally stable, mesoporous silica structures   [0045] 
Periodic mesoporous organosilicas with organic groups inside the channel walls   [0045] 
An ordered mesoporous organosilica hybrid material with a crystal-like wall structure   [0045] 
Novel bifunctional periodic mesoporous organosilicas, BPMOs: Synthesis, characterization, properties and in-situ selective hydroboration-alcoholysis reactions of functional groups   [0045] 
Evaporation-induced self-assembly of hybrid bridged silsesquioxane film and particulate mesophases with integral organic functionality   [0045] 
Mechanical and hydrothermal stabilities of aged periodic mesoporous organosilicas   [0045] 
Synthesis of mesoporous silica by sol-gel mineralisation of cellulose nanorod nematic suspensions   [0045] 
Silica nanocasting of simple cellulose derivatives: towards chiral pore systems with long-range order and chiral optical coatings   [0045] 
Hierarchical mesoporous silica prepared from ethyl-cyanoethyl cellulose cholesteric liquid crystalline phase   [0045] 
Free-standing mesoporous silica films with tunable chiral nematic structures   [0045] 
Features of promising technologies for pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass   [0045] 
Kinetics of wood saccharification-hydrolysis of cellulose and decomposition of sugars in dilute acid at high temperature   [0045] 
Hydrolysis and decomposition of cellulose in Bronsted acidic ionic liquids under mild conditions   [0045]