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|Title:||Ligand And Metal Effects On The Stability And Adsorption Properties Of An Isoreticular Series Of Mofs Based On T-shaped Ligands And Paddle-wheel Secondary Building Units|
Daiane Damasceno; Chen
|Abstract:||The synthesis of stable porous materials with appropriate pore size and shape for desired applications remains challenging. In this work a combined experimental/computational approach has been undertaken to tune the stability under various conditions and the adsorption behavior of a series of MOFs by subtle control of both the nature of the metal center (Co2+, Cu2+, and Zn2+) and the pore surface by the functionalization of the organic linkers with amido and N-oxide groups. In this context, six isoreticular MOFs based on T-shaped ligands and paddle-wheel units with ScD0.33 topology have been synthesized. Their stabilities have been systematically investigated along with their ability to adsorb a wide range of gases (N-2, CO2, CH4, CO, H-2, light hydrocarbons (C-1-C-4)) and vapors (alcohols and water). This study has revealed that the MOF frameworks based on Cu2+ are more stable than their Co2+ and Zn2+ analogues, and that the N-oxide ligand endows the MOFs with a higher affinity for CO2 leading to excellent selectivity for this gas over other species.|
Carbon Dioxide Capture
|Editor:||Wiley-V C H Verlag GMBH|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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