In the field of Chemical engineering Benoit Coasne connects related research areas like Nanoporous and Nanopore. Benoit Coasne regularly ties together related areas like Chemical engineering in his Nanoporous studies. Benoit Coasne has begun a study into Catalysis, looking into Mesoporous material, Monolith and Ionic liquid. In his work, Benoit Coasne performs multidisciplinary research in Mesoporous material and Catalysis. Ion combines with fields such as Ionic bonding and Ionic liquid in his work. His work blends Ionic bonding and Ion studies together. Benoit Coasne brings together Adsorption and Polymer to produce work in his papers. In his research, Benoit Coasne undertakes multidisciplinary study on Polymer and Adsorption. Organic chemistry connects with themes related to Phase (matter) in his study.
His Computational chemistry investigation overlaps with Molecular dynamics and Molecule. In his study, Benoit Coasne carries out multidisciplinary Molecular dynamics and Computational chemistry research. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Molecule and Adsorption. Benoit Coasne combines Adsorption and Desorption in his research. His Ion research extends to Organic chemistry, which is thematically connected. His Ion study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Organic chemistry. Chemical engineering and Nanopore are frequently intertwined in his study. His research on Nanopore frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Chemical engineering. His Nanotechnology study often links to related topics such as Nanoporous.
The Hysteresis study which covers Condensed matter physics that intersects with Screening effect and Mesoscopic physics. Chemical engineering is intertwined with Microporous material and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy in his research. He integrates several fields in his works, including Microporous material and Zeolite. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Zeolite and Chabazite through his works. His Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy study often links to related topics such as Chemical engineering. Other disciplines of study, such as Line (geometry) and Mechanics, are mixed together with his Geometry studies. Benoit Coasne combines Mechanics and Geometry in his studies. His work often combines Composite material and Anisotropy studies. His Quantum mechanics research extends to the thematically linked field of Anisotropy.
Benoit Coasne links adjacent fields of study such as Screening effect and Mesoscopic physics in the subject of Condensed matter physics. He integrates Mesoscopic physics with Quantum mechanics in his research. He connects Quantum mechanics with Statistical physics in his research. In his papers, Benoit Coasne integrates diverse fields, such as Statistical physics and Condensed matter physics. His Nanotechnology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Soft materials. His Nanotechnology research extends to the thematically linked field of Soft materials. His Composite material study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Coupling (piping). His Coupling (piping) study typically links adjacent topics like Composite material. Benoit Coasne undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Chemical physics and Molecular dynamics through his research.
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Water adsorption in MOFs: fundamentals and applications
Jérôme Canivet;Alexandra Fateeva;Youmin Guo;Benoit Coasne.
Chemical Society Reviews (2014)
Effects of confinement on freezing and melting.
C. Alba-Simionesco;Benoit Coasne;G. Dosseh;G. Dudziak.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2006)
Realistic molecular model of kerogen's nanostructure
Colin Bousige;Camélia Matei Ghimbeu;Cathie Vix-Guterl;Andrew E. Pomerantz.
Nature Materials (2016)
Subcontinuum mass transport of condensed hydrocarbons in nanoporous media
Kerstin Falk;Benoit Coasne;Roland Pellenq;Franz-Josef Ulm.
Nature Communications (2015)
Adsorption, intrusion and freezing in porous silica: the view from the nanoscale
Benoit Coasne;Benoit Coasne;Benoit Coasne;Anne Galarneau;Roland J. M. Pellenq;Roland J. M. Pellenq;Francesco Di Renzo.
Chemical Society Reviews (2013)
Validity of the t-plot method to assess microporosity in hierarchical micro/mesoporous materials.
Anne Galarneau;François Villemot;François Villemot;Jeremy Rodriguez;François Fajula.
Structure–property relationships of water adsorption in metal–organic frameworks
Jérôme Canivet;Jonathan Bonnefoy;Cécile Daniel;Alexandre Legrand.
New Journal of Chemistry (2014)
Molecular simulation of water confined in nanoporous silica.
P A Bonnaud;B Coasne;R J-M Pellenq;R J-M Pellenq.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2010)
In situ synthesis of Cu–BTC (HKUST-1) in macro-/mesoporous silica monoliths for continuous flow catalysis
Alexander Sachse;Rob Ameloot;Bernard Coq;François Fajula.
Chemical Communications (2012)
Thermodynamics of water confined in porous calcium-silicate-hydrates.
P. A. Bonnaud;Q. Ji;Benoit Coasne;R. J.-M. Pellenq.
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