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Generation of hierarchical meso- and macroporous carbon from mesophase pitch by spinodal decomposition using polymer templates
Authors: Adelhelm, P.; Hu, Y. S.; Chuenchom, L.; Antonietti, M.; Smarsly, B. M.; Maier, J.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2007-11-19
Title of Journal: Advanced Materials
Volume: 19
Issue / Number: 22
Start Page: 4012
End Page: 4017
Document Type: Article
ID: 329626.0
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High electroactivity of polyaniline in supercapacitors by using a hierarchically porous carbon monolith as a support
Authors: Fan, L. Z.; Hu, Y. S.; Maier, J.; Adelhelm, P.; Smarsly, B.; Antonietti, M.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2007-11-05
Title of Journal: Advanced Functional Materials
Volume: 17
Issue / Number: 16
Start Page: 3083
End Page: 3087
Document Type: Article
ID: 329638.0
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Synthesis of hierarchically porous carbon monoliths with highly ordered microstructure and their application in rechargeable lithium batteries with high-rate capability
Authors: Hu, Y. S.; Adelhelm, P.; Smarsly, B. M.; Hore, S.; Antonietti, M.; Maier, J.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2007-08-13
Title of Journal: Advanced Functional Materials
Volume: 17
Issue / Number: 12
Start Page: 1873
End Page: 1878
Document Type: Article
ID: 329008.0
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Synthesis and characterization of SiC materials with hierarchical porosity obtained by replication techniques
Authors: Sonnenburg, K.; Adelhelm, P.; Antonietti, M.; Smarsly, B.; Noske, R.; Strauch, P.
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD): 2006
Title of Journal: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Volume: 8
Issue / Number: 30
Start Page: 3561
End Page: 3566
Document Type: Article
ID: 298366.0
Inkjet printing of mesoporous particles: Suspension preparation and printing performance
Authors: Adelhelm, P.
Type of Thesis (e.g.Diploma): diplom
Date of Approval (YYYY-MM-DD): 2004-08-30
Name of University: Universität Stuttgart
Place of University: Stuttgart
Document Type: Thesis
ID: 208336.0
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