Hierarchically-Assembled Ionic Crystals with Unique Adsorption, Diffusion, and Reaction Properties

Presto Researcher


Sayaka Uchida

The University of Tokyo School of Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor

Research Outline

Ionic crystals generally possess isotropic and close-packed structures and are unsuitable for creating nano-spaces. In this work, “porous ionic crystals” will be constructed by the use of molecular ions and ion charge/site ratio mismatch. Unique adsorption, diffusion, and reaction properties will be cultivated by the utilization of ionic adsorption sites, ultra-small pores and voids, and structural flexibility.

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