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Condensation of borazinic precursors for mesoporous boron nitride synthesis by carbon nanocasting

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 March 2011

P. Dibandjo
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Laboratoire Multimatériaux et Interfaces, UMR 5615, Bat Berthollet, Université Claude Bernard, 1918 Villeurbanne, France
F. Chassagneux
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Laboratoire Multimatériaux et Interfaces, UMR 5615, Bat Berthollet, Université Claude Bernard, 1918 Villeurbanne, France
L. Bois
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Laboratoire Multimatériaux et Interfaces, UMR 5615, Bat Berthollet, Université Claude Bernard, 1918 Villeurbanne, France
C. Sigala
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Laboratoire Multimatériaux et Interfaces, UMR 5615, Bat Berthollet, Université Claude Bernard, 1918 Villeurbanne, France
P. Miele
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Laboratoire Multimatériaux et Interfaces, UMR 5615, Bat Berthollet, Université Claude Bernard, 1918 Villeurbanne, France
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Abstract

The influence of different borazinic precursors on mesoporous boron nitride synthesis by using a nanocasting process of a mesoporous CMK-3 carbon is presented. Two borazinic precursors, the tri(methylamino)borazine (MAB) and the tri(chloro)borazine (TCB), have been converted to boron nitride (BN) inside the mesopores of a CMK-3 carbon mesoporous template by using thermal or chemical polycondensation processes. Ordered mesoporous boron nitride with a specific surface area around 800 m2/g, a mesoporous volume around 0.6 cm3/g, and a pore-size distribution located at 6 nm in diameter was synthesized by thermal condensation of a molecular MAB precursor. In addition, chemical condensation of TCB led to a disordered mesoporous boron nitride.

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