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12 with permission. ©1994 Elsevier Science B. V. controlled structure is expected to be kept even after the removal of the template on the basis of its covalent nature. However, silica has limitations. Among metal oxides, silica is known to possess a substantially inactive surface. Usually, adsorption on silica is weak and the silica surface has few functions. As shown below, introduction of an additional metal element or functional group is required to construct a reaction field suitable for various practical purposes such as electrochemical sensing and catalysis.

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