Aspen Aerogels, Inc. Datasheets for Aerogels

Aerogels have a pore structure on the nanometer scale. Silica, aerogel's pore network (2 to 50 nm), accounts for 95% of the material's volume. The pore network makes aerogels the lightest solid due to its low density.
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