The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Adsorption, Chemical engineering, Carbon, Activated carbon and Inorganic chemistry. Joaquín Silvestre-Albero studies Adsorption, namely Molecular sieve. Joaquín Silvestre-Albero has researched Chemical engineering in several fields, including Calorimetry, Porosity, Organic chemistry and Metal-organic framework.
His research in Porosity intersects with topics in Nanotechnology and Mesoporous material. His Carbon research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Desorption and Monolayer. His studies in Inorganic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Crotyl alcohol, Bimetallic strip, Catalysis, Catalyst support and Toluene.
His primary areas of investigation include Adsorption, Chemical engineering, Carbon, Inorganic chemistry and Catalysis. His primary area of study in Adsorption is in the field of Activated carbon. His Chemical engineering research includes themes of Organic chemistry, Methane, Molecular sieve and Mesoporous material.
Joaquín Silvestre-Albero works mostly in the field of Carbon, limiting it down to concerns involving Nanotechnology and, occasionally, Engineering physics. His Inorganic chemistry study incorporates themes from Bimetallic strip, Zinc, PROX, Transition metal and Desorption. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Catalysis, concentrating on X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and frequently concerns with Thermogravimetric analysis and Raman spectroscopy.
Joaquín Silvestre-Albero mostly deals with Chemical engineering, Adsorption, Methane, Porosity and Carbon. The concepts of his Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Calorimetry, Activated carbon, Selectivity and Mesoporous material. The various areas that he examines in his Adsorption study include Nanoporous and Molecule.
Joaquín Silvestre-Albero combines subjects such as Nucleation, Phase, Clathrate hydrate, Zeolite and Porous medium with his study of Methane. His work in the fields of Covalent organic framework overlaps with other areas such as Flexibility. His research in Carbon intersects with topics in Ethanol, Mass transfer, Deep eutectic solvent and Condensation polymer.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Methane, Clathrate hydrate, Adsorption and Microporous material. In his study, Activated carbon, Porous medium, Powder diffraction, Chemical physics and Phase transition is inextricably linked to Nucleation, which falls within the broad field of Methane. His Clathrate hydrate study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Carbon.
His Adsorption research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Porosity, Nanocrystal and Polymer nanocomposite. Joaquín Silvestre-Albero has included themes like Mesoporous material, Zeolite and Natural gas storage, Natural gas in his Microporous material study. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrate and Phase as well as Metal-organic framework.
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Mesoporous materials for clean energy technologies
Noemi Linares;Ana M. Silvestre-Albero;Elena Serrano;Joaquín Silvestre-Albero.
Chemical Society Reviews (2014)
High-Surface-Area Carbon Molecular Sieves for Selective CO2 Adsorption
Anass Wahby;José M. Ramos-Fernández;Manuel Martínez-Escandell;Antonio Sepúlveda-Escribano.
A sol–gel monolithic metal–organic framework with enhanced methane uptake
Tian Tian;Zhixin Zeng;Diana Vulpe;Mirian Elizabeth Casco.
Nature Materials (2018)
Ultrahigh CO2 adsorption capacity on carbon molecular sieves at room temperature
Joaquín Silvestre-Albero;Anass Wahby;Antonio Sepúlveda-Escribano;Manuel Martínez-Escandell.
Chemical Communications (2011)
Effect of the porous structure in carbon materials for CO2 capture at atmospheric and high-pressure
Mirian E. Casco;Manuel Martínez-Escandell;Joaquín Silvestre-Albero;Francisco Rodríguez-Reinoso.
High-Pressure Methane Storage in Porous Materials: Are Carbon Materials in the Pole Position?
Mirian Elizabeth Casco;Manuel Martínez-Escandell;Enrique Gadea-Ramos;Katsumi Kaneko.
Chemistry of Materials (2015)
Methane hydrate formation in confined nanospace can surpass nature.
Mirian E. Casco;Joaquín Silvestre-Albero;Anibal J. Ramírez-Cuesta;Fernando Rey.
Nature Communications (2015)
Chemoselective Hydrogenation Catalysts: Pt on Mesostructured CeO2 Nanoparticles Embedded within Ultrathin Layers of SiO2 Binder
Patricia Concepcion;Avelino Corma;Joaquin Silvestre-Albero;Victor Franco.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Physical characterization of activated carbons with narrow microporosity by nitrogen (77.4 K), carbon dioxide (273 K) and argon (87.3 K) adsorption in combination with immersion calorimetry
J. Silvestre-Albero;A. Silvestre-Albero;F. Rodríguez-Reinoso;M. Thommes.
Characterization of microporous solids by immersion calorimetry
J Silvestre-Albero;C Gómez de Salazar;A Sepúlveda-Escribano;F Rodrı́guez-Reinoso.
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (2001)
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