Enhanced thermal properties of novel shape-stabilized PEG composite phase change materials with radial mesoporous silica sphere for thermal energy storage

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Min, Xin; Fang, Minghao; Huang, Zhaohui; Liu, Yan’gai; Huang, Yaoting; Wen, Ruilong; Qian, Tingting; Wu, Xiaowen;
(2015)

Radial mesoporous silica (RMS) sphere was tailor-made for further applications in producing shape-stabilized composite phase change materials (ss-CPCMs) through a facile self-assembly process using CTAB as the main template and TEOS as SiO2 precursor. Novel ss-CPCMs com... View more
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