ASAP 2420 MIKROPORE ANALYSATOR

University of Salzburg

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Short Description

Gas adsorption according to the static-volumetric principle with six sample ports for the characterization of specific surfaces, pore systems in the nanometer range and gas-solid-body interactions in highly porous systems.
The ASAP 2420 allows for sample preparation at 12 heating ports and six simultaneous measurements for the determination of micro- and mesopore sizes, pore volumes and specific surfaces.

Contact Person

Prof. Dr. Nicola Hüsing

Research Services

Investigations on the Structure of Nanoparticles and Mesoporous Solids

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

The gas adsorption analysis with nitrogen, argon, krypton or other gases allows the determination of specific surfaces and pore size distributions. With the ASAP2420 the physisorption isotherm of gas molecules on surfaces of porous solids can be fully determined under isothermal conditions (77 K for N2).
From the amount of adsorbed molecules as a function of the pressure p / p0, information about different models (BET, BJH, DFT, etc.), the specific surface area, pore size and size distribution, pore shape and surface properties (hydrophobic or hydrophilic) can be obtained.
At the University of Salzburg, pore and surface analyzes of porous solids or nanoparticulate solids, as powders or in monolithic form (metal powders, ceramic materials, catalysts, fillers, building materials, pigments, and many other solids) can be carried out.

Allocation to Core Facility

Functional materials

Prof. Dr. Nicola Hüsing
Fachbereich Chemie und Physik der Materialien
+43-662-8044-6265
nicola.huesing@sbg.ac.at
http://www.uni-salzburg.at/index.php?id=203199&MP=44700-200607%2C200731-200747%2C203199-44793
Please contact the University of Salzburg (science_plus@sbg.ac.at) or the responsible contact person for this section mentioned in the contact field.
Department of Geography and Geology, University of Salzburg
Department of Molecular Biology, University of Salzburg
Various industrial partners
TU Hamburg-Harburg
Vienna University of Technology
University of Vienna
Montanuniversität Leoben
FFG - Energieforschungsprogramm
Hybrid Supercaps - Hybride Superkondensatoren durch innovative Materialkonzepte
01.06.2015-01.06.2018
Projektleiter: Nicola Hüsing, Oskar Paris

AB 97 Technologie und Forschungsplattform "Hybrid Materials": TFP-HyMat
2016-2018
Musso M., Hüsing N.
Interreg Österreich-Bayern 2014-2020
http://www.interreg-bayaut.net/projekte/liste-der-vorhaben/projektzusammenfassung-tfp-hymat/

Synthese, Charakterisierung und technologische Fertigungsansätze für den Leichtbau 'n2m' (nano-to-macro)
2015-2018
Hüsing N., Diwald O., Musso M., Bourret G., Redhammer G., Huber O., Saage H.
Interreg Österreich-Bayern 2014-2020
http://www.interreg-bayaut.net/projekte/liste-der-vorhaben/projektzusammenfassung-ab29/

Vapor phase synthesized MgO nanocubes as seed structures in solution
2015-2016
Diwald, O.
DFG
http://gepris.dfg.de/gepris/projekt/215441693

Deformation of hierarchical and anisotropic porous solids by fluid adsorption
2014-2017
Hüsing N., Paris O. (Montanuniversität Leoben), Reichenauer G. (ZAE Bayern)
FWF, DFG
http://fodok.uni-salzburg.at/pls/portal/nav.show?x=&format=full_projekt&object=75237&lang=158

Oxidische Nanostrukturen
2013-2016
Diwald, O.
DFG
http://gepris.dfg.de/gepris/projekt/238350812

Novel Pt-poor catalysts for the electrocatalytic O2 reduction based on modified, nanostructured metal oxides
2013-2016
Hüsing N., Behm R.J.
FWF/DFG
Synthesis and electrocatalytic performance of spherical core-shell tantalum (oxy)nitride@nitrided carbon composites in the oxygen reduction reaction.
2017
Wassner, M., Eckardt, M., Gebauer, C., Bourret, G.R., Huesing, N., and Behm, R.J. Electrochimica Acta, 227, 367-381.

Spherical core-shell titanium (oxy)nitride@nitrided carbon composites for the oxygen reduction reaction: Synthesis and Electrocatalytic performance.
2016
Wassner, M., Eckardt, M., Gebauer, C., Huesing, N., Behm, R.J.
ChemElectroChem, 3, 1641-1654.

Self-Supporting Hierarchically Organized Silicon Networks via Magnesiothermic Reduction
2016
Waitzinger M., Elsaesser M.S., Berger R.J.F., Akbarzadeh J., Peterlik H., Huesing N.
Monatsh Chem (2016) 147, 269.

Performance of titanium oxynitrides in the electrocatalytic oxygen evolution reaction
2016
Gebauer, C., Fischer P., Wassner, M., Diemant T., Jusys Z., Huesing, N., Behm, R.J. (2016)
Nanoenergy, 29, 136-148.

Defect and Surface Area Control in Hydrothermally Synthesized LiMn0.8Fe0.2PO4 Using a Phosphate Based Structure Directing Agent
2015
Schoiber J., Tippelt G., Redhammer G.J., Yada C., Dolotko O., Berger R.J.F., Hüsing N.
CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN, Volume: 15(9), Pages 4213-4218
DOI: 10.1021/acs.cgd.5b00324

Ordered Meso-/Macroporous Silica and Titania Films by Breath Figure Templating in Combination with Non-Hydrolytic Sol-Gel Processing
2015
Feinle A., Akbarzadeh J., Peterlik H., Hüsing N.
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials , Vol: 217, Pages: 233-243
DOI:10.1016/j.micromeso.2015.06.043

A Two-Step Synthesis for Li2CoPO4F as High-Voltage Cathode Material
2015
Schoiber J., Berger R.J.F., Yada C., Miki H., Hüsing N.
JOURNAL OF THE ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY, Volume: 162 (14)
DOI: 10.1149/2.0331514jes

Self-supporting hierarchically organized silicon networks via magnesiothermic reduction
2016 ahead of print
Waitzinger M., Elsässer M.S., Berger R.J.F., Akbarzadeh J., Peterlik H., Hüsing, N.
MONATSHEFTE FÜR CHEMIE
DOI:10.1007/s00706-015-1611-8

Sol-gel synthesis of monolithic materials with hierarchical porosity
2016 ahead of print
Feinle A., Elsässer M.E., Hüsing N.
Chem. Soc. Rev.
DOI:10.1039/c5cs00710k

Chemical phase separation strategies towards silica monoliths with hierarchical porosity
2013
Triantafillidis C., Elsässer M.E., Hüsing N.
Chem. Soc. Rev., Vol.: 42, Pages: 3833-3846
DOI:10.1039/C3CS35345A

High Surface Area Crystalline Titanium Dioxide: Potential and Limits in Electrochemical Energy Storage and Catalysis
2012
Fröschl T., Hörmann U., Kubiak P., Kucerova G., Pfanzelt M., Weiss C.K., Behm R.J., Hüsing N., Kaiser U., Landfester K., Wohlfahrt-Mehrens M.
Chem. Soc. Rev., Vol.: 41, Pages: 5313-5360
DOI:10.1039/C2CS35013K