Mesoporous Silica

Glantreo has vast knowledge in the manufacture of Mesoporous Silica (MS). For almost 5 years we have supplied large quantities (up to kg quantites) of Mesoporous Silica to our Researcher and Industry partners.

Applications that our Mesoporous Silicas have been used for include:

  • Phospholipid/phosphoprotein removal
  • Chromatography
  • Drug Delivery
  • Hard Templating
  • Immobilization of Bioactive Molecules
  • Encapsulation of natural oils, flavours and heat sensitive additives
  • Polymer Reinforcement
  • Catalysis
  • Theoretical Confinement Studies
Types of mesoporous silica manufactured:

  • SBA Type 15
  • SBA Type 16
  • MCM Type 41
  • MCM Type 48
  • Metal Doped (SBA Type 15 & MCM Type 48)
  • Custom particles varied by specific pore size, morphology, surface area etc upon request

Typical Physical Properties

Purity99.99%Particle MorphologyHexagonally & Cubically Ordered
Particle Sizes10um - 100umPore sizes30A - 80 A
Product CodeDescriptionPore GeometryParticle Size (µm)Pore Size (nm)Pack Size (g)Chemistry
PSBA1510040R-50Hexagonally ordered SBA-15 type mesoporous silica.Hexagonal100450Raw Silica
PSBA1510060R-50Heaxgonally ordered SBA-15 type mesoporous silica.Hexagonal100650Raw Silica
PSBA1510080R-50Heaxgonally ordered SBA-15 type mesoporous silica.Hexagonal100850Raw Silica
PSBA1610060R-50Cubically ordered SBA-16 type mesoporous silica.Cubic100650Raw Silica
PMCM481030R-50Cubically ordered MCM-48 type mesoporous silica.Cubic10350Raw Silica
PMCM4110030R-50Heaxgonally ordered MCM-41 type mesoporous silica.Hexagonal100350Raw Silica
PSBA1515040Ti8-50Heaxgonally ordered SBA-15 type mesoporous silicaHexagonal150450Silica doped with Ti (8%)
PSBA1515040Ti4-50Heaxgonally ordered SBA-15 type mesoporous silicaHexagonal150450Silica doped with Ti (4%)
PMCM4815030Al-50Heaxgonally ordered MCM-48 type mesoporous silicaCubic150350Silica doped with Al

 

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Citations using Glantreo’s materials

Patel et al., 2015, Gone in Seconds: Praxis, Performance, and Peculiarities of Ultrafast Chiral Liquid Chromatography with Superficially Porous Particles
Abdallah et al., 2014, Comparison of mesoporous silicate supports for the immobilisation and activity of cytochrome c and lipase
Ahern et al., 2013, Comparison of fenofibrate–mesoporous silica drug-loading processes for enhanced drug delivery
Waters et al., 2013, Inclusion of fenofibrate in a series of mesoporous silicas using microwave irradiation
Omamogho et al., 2011, Structural variation of solid core and thickness of porous shell of 1.7µm core–shell silica particles on chromatographic performance: Narrow bore columns
Mohamed et al., 2011, Activation of stress-related signalling pathway in human cells upon SiO2 nanoparticles exposure as an early indicator of cytotoxicity.
Delaney et al., 2010, Development of chemically engineered porous metal oxides for phosphate removal
Eltmimi et al., 2010, Preparation, characterisation and modification of carbon-based monolithic rods for chromatographic applications
Delaney et al., 2010, Porous silica spheres as indoor air pollutant scavengers
Lynch et al., 2009, NANOINTERACT: A rational approach to the interaction between nanoscale materials and living matter
Barnes et al. 2008, Reproducible Comet Assay of Amorphous Silica Nanoparticles Detects No Genotoxicity.
Barreca et al., 2006, Methanolysis of styrene oxide catalysed by a highly efficient zirconium-doped mesoporous silica

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