a chemically functionalizable nanoporous material


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A Chemically Functionalizable Nanoporous Material

A Chemically Functionalizable Nanoporous Material [Cu3 (TMA)2 (H2O)3]n. Chui, Stephen S. -Y. Nanoporous MateriaL Cu-Cu vector. Such bimetallic A Chemically Functionalizable Nanoporous MateriaL [Cu3(TMA)2(H2O)3Jn Stephen S.-Y. Chui,1 Samuel M.-F. Lo,1 Jonathan P. H. Charmant,2 A. Guy Orpen,2 Ian D. WiLLiamsl* Although zeolites and related materials combine nanoporosity with high ther-mal stability, they are difficult to modify or derivatize in a systematic way. A A nanoporous molecular magnet with - Nature MaterialsFeb 16, 2003 · A chemically functionalizable nanoporous material [Cu3(TMA)2(H2O)3]n . Science 283 , 11481150 (1999). CAS Article Google Scholar Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) - Sigma-AldrichMetal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a relatively new class of porous, crystalline materials with a broad range of applications. MOFs are composed of metal ions or clusters, which act as the joints, bound by multidirectional organic ligands, which act as linkers in the network structure. These networks can be 1-D, 2-D, or 3-D extended, periodic Powder X-ray structural studies and reference diffraction Jun 27, 2019 · Materials Measurement Science Division, National Institution of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD 20899, USA H. G. Nguyen A chemically functionalizable nanoporous material [Cu 3 (TMA) 2 (H 2 O) 3] n, Science 283, 1148.CrossRef Google Scholar. Cockayne, E. (2017). A zinc(II) benzenetricarboxylate metal organic framework Jul 03, 2017 · Chui SSY, Lo SMF, Charmant JPH, Orpen AG, Williams ID (1999) A chemically functionalizable nanoporous material [Cu 3 (TMA) 2 (H 2 O) 3]. Science 283:11481150 Science 283:11481150 CAS Article Google Scholar Underlying mechanism of the hydrothermal instability of Jan 18, 2016 · Chui S S, Lo M F, Charmant J P, Opren A G, Williams I D. A chemically functionalizable nanoporous material [Cu 3 (TMA) 2 (- H 2 O) 3]n. Science, 1999, 283(5405):11481150. CAS Article Google Scholar 4. Nanoporous Materials for Gas Storage [1st ed.] 978-981 3.3 Nanoporous Materials for Gas Storage As physical adsorption of supercritical gases needs the strong interaction potential sites on a solid, we must design or produce optimum nanoporous materials for gas storage. The nanoporous materials for gas storage must fulfill required properties, as mentioned in Chap. 1. Milestone 22:Porous by designWilliams, I. D. A chemically functionalizable nanoporous material [Cu 3 (TMA) 2 (H 2 O) 3] n. Science 283, 11481150 (1999) Li, H., Eddaoudi, M., OKeeffe, M. & Yaghi, O. M. Design and synthesis of an exceptionally stable and highly porous metal-organic framework. Nature 402, 276279 (1999) High Methane Storage Capacity in Aluminum MetalOrganic Feb 26, 2014 · A Chemically Functionalizable Nanoporous Material [Cu 3 (TMA) 2 (H 2 O) 3] n journal, February 1999. The physical limits for methane storage and delivery in nanoporous materials were investigated, with a focus on whether it is possible to reach a methane deliverable capacity of 315 cm(3)(STP)/cm(3) in line with the adsorption target Chemoselective Nanoporous Membranes via Chemically Feb 14, 2013 · Chemoselective nanoporous membranes:tunably porous membranes with embedded functionalities are generated using a templatefree, chemically directed nanoparticledendrimer (NPDen) network assembly. This approach provides a direction in the design of postfunctionalizable nanoporous membranes for distinguishing both organic molecules and proteins with excellent Self-Accelerating CO Sorption in a Soft Nanoporous Crystal Self-Accelerating CO Sorption in a Soft Nanoporous Crystal. Soft, Selective CO Sorption Many industrial processes produce CO, which could be used as a chemical feedstock, but separation of CO from other gases, especially N2, is too difficult to be economically viable. Sato et al. (p. 167, published online 12 December 2013) now report that a

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