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These materials show significant electronic conductivity and, interestingly, they can be further functionalized by reaction with organosilanes. Grafting of aminopropyltrimethoxysilane and subsequent protonation of the amino groups, results in a material that can act simultaneously as an electronic collector and a sensing phase when used as an electrochemical sensor for anion detection. It is able to discriminate anions by their size and charge due to its textural behavior [153]. The structure and morphology of palygorskite are strongly related to those of sepiolite, although it shows higher Al content and narrower tunnels [120].

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