Mesoporous TiO2 materials, especially those with hierarchically porous structures, have been shown great potentials in the areas of physics, chemistry and material science, owing to their extraordinarily high surface areas, large pore volumes, tunable pore structures and morphologies, and nanoscale effects. Scientists from Fudan University in China summarize the latest advances in the synthesis of hierarchically mesoporous TiO2 materials for energy and environmental applications, and outline future development directions.
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