Combinational Synthetic Approaches for Isoreticular and Polymorphic Metal-Organic Frameworks with Tuned Pore Geometries and Surface Properties
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- Combinational Synthetic Approaches for Isoreticular and Polymorphic Metal-Organic Frameworks with Tuned Pore Geometries and Surface Properties
- Jeong, Seok; Kim, Dongwook; Shin, Sunyoung; Moon, Dohyun; Cho, Sung June; Lah, Myoung Soo
- CARBON-DIOXIDE CAPTURE; ASSISTED LINKER EXCHANGE; LIGAND-EXCHANGE; POSTSYNTHETIC LIGAND; SINGLE-CRYSTAL; CO2 BINDING; ADSORPTION; STORAGE; GAS; SEPARATION
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- AMER CHEMICAL SOC
- CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, v.26, no.4, pp.1711 - 1719
- Isoreticular and polymorphic 3-D MOFs were prepared via the combination of direct solvothermal reactions, postsynthetic ligand exchanges of the MOFs prepared via the direct solvothermal reactions, and postsynthetic ligand insertions into a 2-D MOF. The appropriate pore dimensions, surface areas, and adsorption enthalpies of the MOFs combined well to produce the largest working CO2 capture capacities via the pressure swing adsorption process.
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