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Editor-in-Chief W. Schmidt, Max-Planck-Institut fu ¨ r Kohlenforschung, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Platz 1, D-45470 Mu ¨ lheim an der Ruhr, Germany. Fax: +49-208-306 2995; E-mail: [email protected] Regional Editors K.J. Balkus Jr., The University of Texas at Dallas, Department of Chemistry & The UTD NanoTech Institute Richardson, TX 75083-0688, USA. Fax: +1 972 883 2925; E-mail: [email protected] P.D.C. Dietzel, University of Bergen, Department of Chemistry, Allegt. 41, P.O.Box 7803, Bergen N-5007, Norway, Fax: +47 5558 9490, E-mail: [email protected] K. Kuroda, Waseda University, Department of Applied Chemistry, Ohkubo-3, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-8555, Japan. Fax: +81 3 5286 3199; E-mail: [email protected] S.L. Suib, U-60, Department of Chemistry, University of Connecticut, 55 North Eagleville Road, Storrs, CT 06269-3060, USA. Fax: +1 860 486 2981; E-mail: [email protected] P. Wu, Department of Chemistry, East China Normal University, North Zhongshan Road, 3663 Shangai 20062 China. Fax: +86-2162232292; E-mail: [email protected] Emeritus Editor-in-Chief: M. Sto ¨cker, Oslo, Norway. Founding Editor: J. Weitkamp, Stuttgart, Germany. Editorial Board K.J. Balkus (USA) G. Bellussi (Italy) P. Cool (Belgium) J. Caro (Germany) A. Clearfıeld (USA) D.R. Corbin (USA) A. Corma (Spain) M.E. Davis (USA) M. Derewin ´ski (Poland) S. Ernst (Germany) F. Fajula (France) H. Frei (USA) M. Garg (India) R.F. Howe (UK) H. Jobic (France) J. Ka ¨rger (Germany) V. Kauc ˇic ˇ (Slovenia) M. Linde ´n (Finland) S. Namba (Japan) C.T. O’Connor (South Africa) J.A. Patarin (France) T.J. Pinnavaia (USA) T. Sano (Japan) R.A. Schoonheydt (Belgium) F. Schu ¨th (Germany) J. Sjøblom (Norway) O. Terasaki (Sweden) D.N. Theodorou (Greece) R.W. Thompson (USA) Y. Traa (Germany) H. van Bekkum (Netherlands) R. Xu (China) Aims and scope Microporous and Mesoporous Materials is an international journal covering novel and significant aspects of porous solids classified as either microporous (pore size up to 2 nm) or mesoporous (pore size 2 to 50 nm). The porosity should have a specific impact on the material properties or application. Typical examples are zeolites and zeolite-like materials, pillared materials, clathrasils and clathrates, carbon molecular sieves, ordered mesoporous materials, organic/inorganic porous hybrid materials or porous metal oxides. Both natural and synthetic materials are within the scope of the journal. Topics which are particularly of interest include: all aspects of microporous and mesoporous solids occurring in nature; the synthesis of crystalline or amorphous materials with pores in the appropriate range; the physico-chemical, especially spectroscopic and microscopic characterization of such materials; their modification, for example by ion exchange or solid-state reactions; all topics related to diffusion of mobile species in the pores of such materials; adsorption (and other separation techniques) using microporous or mesoporous adsorbents; catalysis by such materials; host/guest interactions; theoretical chemistry and modelling of the above phenomena; all topics related to their application or potential application in industrial catalysis, separation technology, environmental protection, electrochemistry, membranes, sensors, optical devices, etc. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials has no page charges. For a full and complete Guide for Authors, please go to http://www.elsevier.com/locate/micromeso

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Editor-in-ChiefW. Schmidt, Max-Planck-Institut fur Kohlenforschung, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Platz 1, D-45470 Mulheim an der Ruhr, Germany. Fax: +49-208-3062995; E-mail: [email protected]

Regional EditorsK.J. Balkus Jr., The University of Texas at Dallas, Department of Chemistry & The UTD NanoTech Institute Richardson, TX 75083-0688,

USA. Fax: +1 972 883 2925; E-mail: [email protected]

P.D.C. Dietzel, University of Bergen, Department of Chemistry, Allegt. 41, P.O.Box 7803, Bergen N-5007, Norway, Fax: +47 5558 9490,E-mail: [email protected]

K. Kuroda, Waseda University, Department of Applied Chemistry, Ohkubo-3, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-8555, Japan. Fax: +81 3 5286 3199;

E-mail: [email protected]

S.L. Suib, U-60, Department of Chemistry, University of Connecticut, 55 North Eagleville Road, Storrs, CT 06269-3060, USA. Fax: +1 860

486 2981; E-mail: [email protected]

P. Wu, Department of Chemistry, East China Normal University, North Zhongshan Road, 3663 Shangai 20062 China. Fax: +86-2162232292;E-mail: [email protected]

Emeritus Editor-in-Chief: M. Stocker, Oslo, Norway.

Founding Editor: J. Weitkamp, Stuttgart, Germany.

Editorial BoardK.J. Balkus (USA)G. Bellussi (Italy)P. Cool (Belgium)J. Caro (Germany)A. Clearfıeld (USA)D.R. Corbin (USA)A. Corma (Spain)M.E. Davis (USA)

M. Derewinski (Poland)S. Ernst (Germany)F. Fajula (France)H. Frei (USA)M. Garg (India)R.F. Howe (UK)H. Jobic (France)J. Karger (Germany)

V. Kaucic (Slovenia)M. Linden (Finland)S. Namba (Japan)C.T. O’Connor (South Africa)J.A. Patarin (France)T.J. Pinnavaia (USA)T. Sano (Japan)R.A. Schoonheydt (Belgium)

F. Schuth (Germany)J. Sjøblom (Norway)O. Terasaki (Sweden)D.N. Theodorou (Greece)R.W. Thompson (USA)Y. Traa (Germany)H. van Bekkum (Netherlands)R. Xu (China)

Aims and scopeMicroporous and Mesoporous Materials is an international journal covering novel and significant aspects of porous solids classified as either microporous (pore

size up to 2 nm) or mesoporous (pore size 2 to 50 nm). The porosity should have a specific impact on the material properties or application.

Typical examples are zeolites and zeolite-like materials, pillared materials, clathrasils and clathrates, carbon molecular sieves, ordered mesoporous materials,

organic/inorganic porous hybrid materials or porous metal oxides. Both natural and synthetic materials are within the scope of the journal.

Topics which are particularly of interest include: all aspects of microporous and mesoporous solids occurring in nature; the synthesis of crystalline or amorphous

materials with pores in the appropriate range; the physico-chemical, especially spectroscopic and microscopic characterization of such materials; their

modification, for example by ion exchange or solid-state reactions; all topics related to diffusion of mobile species in the pores of such materials; adsorption (and

other separation techniques) using microporous or mesoporous adsorbents; catalysis by such materials; host/guest interactions; theoretical chemistry and

modelling of the above phenomena; all topics related to their application or potential application in industrial catalysis, separation technology, environmental

protection, electrochemistry, membranes, sensors, optical devices, etc.

Microporous and Mesoporous Materials has no page charges.

For a full and complete Guide for Authors, please go to http://www.elsevier.com/locate/micromeso