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A Complex Self-Catenated Coordination Framework with a Rare (3,12)-Connected Underlying Net Showing Selective Adsorption of CO2

Herein, we report a unique self-catenated metal-organic framework (MOF) with an underlying (3,12)-connected topology based on Co4 clusters. Moreover, the special dumbbell-like pore configuration, the exact match between the pore aperture and the kinetic diameter of CO2, as well as the coexistence of... Full description

Journal Title: European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry Oct 2015, Vol.2015(28), pp.4633-4637
Main Author: Luo, Feng
Other Authors: Meng, Pan Pan , Feng, Xue Feng , Dang, Li Long , Zhang, Xiao Jing
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description: Herein, we report a unique self-catenated metal-organic framework (MOF) with an underlying (3,12)-connected topology based on Co4 clusters. Moreover, the special dumbbell-like pore configuration, the exact match between the pore aperture and the kinetic diameter of CO2, as well as the coexistence of acylamide and NH2 groups in the MOF enhances the selectivity of adsorption of CO2 over other gases such as CO, CH4, O2, and N2.
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abstractHerein, we report a unique self-catenated metal-organic framework (MOF) with an underlying (3,12)-connected topology based on Co4 clusters. Moreover, the special dumbbell-like pore configuration, the exact match between the pore aperture and the kinetic diameter of CO2, as well as the coexistence of acylamide and NH2 groups in the MOF enhances the selectivity of adsorption of CO2 over other gases such as CO, CH4, O2, and N2.
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