New paper on tailoring porosity of supraparticles out!

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Controlling the structure and porosity in hierarchical porous materials is a key design feature that enables their successful application in chromatography. Led by researchers of the project B01, CRC1411 researchers tailor the emergent, hierarchical porosity in spray-dried supraparticles via distinct strategies acting at different length scales to provide a versatile toolbox for designing porous materials with precisely tunable, hierarchical porosity from the meso- (3 nm) to the macroscale (~10 µm). Read the full paper here.