Fractal surface of porous materials as revealed by electronic energy transfer: Comparison of silica gels and controlled-pore glasses

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Förster energy transfer of molecules embedded in porous silicas has been studied. Controlled pore glasses with average pore size from 75 to 2000 Å gave a fractal dimension D=2.32±0.05, regardless of average pore size. In contrast, silica gels show a gradual increase in D, from 2.3 to 3, when the average pore size decreases. © 1989.

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Pines, D., & Huppert, D. (1989). Fractal surface of porous materials as revealed by electronic energy transfer: Comparison of silica gels and controlled-pore glasses. Chemical Physics Letters, 156(2–3), 223–226. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0009-2614(89)87124-6

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