Porous metal-organic framework with coordinatively unsaturated Mn-II sites: Sorption properties for various gases
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- Porous metal-organic framework with coordinatively unsaturated Mn-II sites: Sorption properties for various gases
- Moon, Hoi Ri; Kobayashi, Norihito; Suh, Myunghyun Paik
- SECONDARY BUILDING UNITS; SINGLE-CRYSTAL TRANSFORMATIONS; BILAYER OPEN FRAMEWORK; HYDROGEN STORAGE; CARBON-DIOXIDE; GUEST-BINDING; DESIGN; ADSORPTION; METHANE; EXCHANGE
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- AMER CHEMICAL SOC
- INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, v.45, no.21, pp.8672 - 8676
- A 3D porous metal-organic framework generating 1D channels, [Mn(NDC)(DEF)](n) (1), has been prepared from the solvothermal reaction of Mn-II and 2,6-naphthalenedicarboxylic acid (H2NDC) in diethylformamide (DEF). When DEF molecules coordinating MnII, which occupy the channels, are removed from 1 by heating the crystal of 1 at 250 degrees C under vacuum for 18 h, structural change occurs as evidenced by X-ray powder diffraction patterns. Desolvated solid [Mn(NDC)](n) (2), which contains coordinatively unsaturated MnII sites, reveals remarkable sorption capabilities for N-2, H-2, CO2, and CH4 gases and exhibits type I sorption behavior indicative of permanent microporosity.
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