metal-organic framework Articles
High pressure studies of metal organic framework materials
This paper gives a brief overview of our recent work in the field of high pressure structural studies of metal organic framework materials. These are nanoporous materials which have found widespread application in the fields of gas separation and storage. Pressure provides a convenient tool to modify pore size and content without the need to alter the material chemically. Our techniques (high ...
Adsorption behavior of methyl orange onto an aluminum-based metal organic framework, MIL-68(Al)
MIL-68(Al), a powdered aluminum-based metal organic framework (MOF), was synthesized and used to explore its adsorption behavior toward methyl orange (MO). The adsorption isotherm, thermodynamics, kinetics, and some key operating factors as well as changes in the material's structure were investigated. The adsorption isotherm conformed to the Langmuir isotherm model and the maximum ...
A Robust Two-dimensional Layered Metal-Organic Framework for Efficient Separation of Methane from Nitrogen
aKey Laboratory of Biomass Chemical Engineering of the Ministry of Education, College of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Zhejiang University, 38 Zheda Road, Hangzhou 310027, P. R. China. bInstitute of Zhejiang University-Quzhou, Quzhou, 78 Jiuhua Boulevad North, Quzhou 32400, P. R. China. Selective capture and separation of methane (CH4) from nitrogen (N2) is a feasible approach to ...
Mechanochemical defect engineering of HKUST-1 and impact of the resulting defects on carbon dioxide sorption and catalytic cyclopropanation
Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), that are hybrid porous materials built from the assembly of metal centers and bridging organic linkers, are ideal candidates for many demanding applications including gas sorption and catalysis. For a long time, the properties of these materials were thought to essentially arise from their well-defined crystal structures. It is only recently that the impact ...
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