Thermal conversion of a tailored metal–organic framework into lithium silicate with an unusual morphology for efficient CO2 capture
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- Thermal conversion of a tailored metal–organic framework into lithium silicate with an unusual morphology for efficient CO2 capture
- Lee, Jae Hwa; Moon, Byoungnam; Kim, Tae Kyung; Jeoung, Sungeun; Moon, Hoi Ri
- HIGH-TEMPERATURE; CARBON-DIOXIDE; POROUS CARBON; ABSORPTION; LI4SIO4; OXIDES; CHEMISORPTION; SORBENTS; OPTION; ROUTE
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- ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
- DALTON TRANSACTIONS, v.44, no.34, pp.15130 - 15134
- The conversion reaction of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) was adopted as a synthetic method to produce an advanced CO2 absorbent. A Li- and Si-containing MOF is a good precursor for lithium orthosilicate (Li4SiO4); the resulting solid has an unusual coral-like morphology, which provides an enhanced CO2-sorption performance (high uptake and fast absorption). © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2015.
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