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|Title:||Impact of higher-order structuralization on the adsorptive properties of metal-organic frameworks|
|Citation:||Chemistry - An Asian Journal, 2018; 13(16):1979-1991|
|Oliver M. Linder-Patton, Brock T. Rogers, and Kenji Sumida|
|Abstract:||The structural processing of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) over multiple length scales is critical for their successful use as adsorbents in a variety of emerging applications. Although significant advances in molecular-scale design has provided strategies for boosting the adsorptive capacities of MOFs, relatively little attention has been directed toward understanding the influence of higher-order structuralization on the material performance. In this review, we present the main strategies that are currently available for the structural processing of MOFs, and discuss the influence these processes can impart on the adsorptive properties of the materials. In all, this intriguing area of research is expected to provide significant opportunities to further enhance the properties of MOFs, which will ultimately aid in their optimization in the context of specific real-world applications.|
|Keywords:||adsorption; crystal growth; metal-organic frameworks; Nanostructures; sol-gel processes|
|Description:||Version of record online: July 20, 2018|
|Rights:||© 2018 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim|
|Appears in Collections:||Chemistry publications|
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