Investigating the Structure of Porous Liquids

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Porous liquids are a counter-intuitive new class of porous material consisting of a liquid with permanent, empty holes. They are unique in that they combine the fluidity of liquids with the porous properties of solids. This means that they can absorb large amounts of guest molecules, such as gases, into the holes, but also have the ability to flow. Therefore, they could have future potential in applications such as carbon capture. We have recently reported...
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