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Lah, Myoung Soo
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  • Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs)
  • Crystal Engineering
  • Supramolecular coordination chemistry

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Hybrid bimetallic metal-organic frameworks: Modulation of the framework stability and ultralarge CO2 uptake capacity

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Title
Hybrid bimetallic metal-organic frameworks: Modulation of the framework stability and ultralarge CO2 uptake capacity
Author
Song, XiaokaiOh, MinhakLah, Myoung Soo
Issue Date
2013-10
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Citation
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, v.52, no.19, pp.10869 - 10876
Abstract
A series of isostructural hybrid bimetallic metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), NixM1-x-ITHDs [M = Zn(II), Co(II)], have been prepared via a conventional solvothermal reaction in the presence of varying mole ratios of Ni(II)/Zn(II) or Ni(II)/Co(II) mixed metal ions. While a critical amount of the doped Ni(II) ion (more than ≈0.2 mol fraction) is needed to have any enhancement of the framework stability of the hybrid bimetallic Ni xZn1-x-ITHDs, even a very small amount of the doped Ni(II) ion (≈0.1 mol fraction) produced a full enhancement of the framework stability of the hybrid bimetallic NixCo1-x-ITHDs. The highly porous and rigid NixCo1-x-ITHDs activated via a conventional vacuum drying process shows a Brunauer-Emmett-Teller specific surface area of 5370 m2 g-1, which is comparable to that of pure Ni-ITHD. The CO2 uptake capacities of Ni-ITHD and Ni 0.11Co0.89-ITHD (2.79 and 2.71 g g-1, respectively) at 1 bar and 195 K are larger than those of any other reported MOFs under similar conditions and the excess CO2 uptake capacity at 40 bar and 295 K (≈1.50 g g-1) is comparable to those of other MOFs, which are activated via the supercritical carbon dioxide drying process, with similar pore volumes.
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https://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/3906
URL
http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?partnerID=HzOxMe3b&scp=84885095499
DOI
10.1021/ic400844v
ISSN
0020-1669
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