ZEOMICS: Zeolites and Microporous Structures Characterization
ZEOMICS is an automated computational method for characterizing the three-dimensional porous networks of microporous materials, such as zeolites.
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Our web tool performs several algorithmic steps on each structure to generate the characterization. For a more detailed description of the methods, please refer to our publications below.
First, E. L., Gounaris, C. E., Wei, J., and Floudas, C. A. Computational characterization of zeolite porous networks: an automated approach. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 13(38):17339–17358, 2011.
Gounaris, C. E., Wei, J., Floudas, C. A., Ranjan, R., and Tsapatsis, M. Rational design of shape selective separations and catalysis: Lattice relaxation and effective aperture size. AIChE Journal, 56(3):611–632, 2009.
Gounaris, C. E., Wei, J., and Floudas, C. A. Rational design of shape selective separation and catalysis–II: Mathematical model and computational studies. Chemical Engineering Science, 61(24):7949–7962, 2006.
Gounaris, C. E., Floudas, C. A., and Wei, J. Rational design of shape selective separation and catalysis–I: Concepts and analysis. Chemical Engineering Science, 61(24):7933–7948, 2006.
For computational pore characterization of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), please visit MOFomics.
This work is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF EFRI-0937706).