Materials chemistry: Macroporous crystalline vanadium oxide foam

  • Chandrappa G
  • Steunou N
  • Livage J
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Porous inorganic solids can be synthesized in complex forms, and here we describe a simple method to create an ultralight, macroporous, crystalline vanadium oxide foam by bubbling oxygen gas produced in situ through a viscous vanadium oxide gel. This foaming process could be extended to other metal oxides.

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