The structure of methanol in halloysite nanotubes

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Understanding the structure of liquids in nanopores and at interfaces is extremely important in many natural and industrial processes. In this experiment, we will use the unique powers of neutron scattering to measure the structure of liquid methanol in a particular type of clay mineral, known as halloysite. Halloysite is remarkable in this context, because it occurs as nano-scale tubes, which are formed from rolled-up scrolls of the clay sheets (like a swiss-roll, where a...
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