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Adsorption of Two Gas Molecules at a Single Metal Site in a Metal-Organic Framework

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Author(s)

Tomce Runcevski, Matthew T. Kapelewski, Rodolfo M. Torres-Gavosto, Jacob Daniel Tarver, Craig Brown, Jeffrey R. Long

Abstract

One strategy to markedly increase the gas storage capacity of metal-organic frameworks, is to introduce coordinatively-unsaturated metal centers capable of binding multiple gas molecules. Herein, we provide an initial demonstration that a single mental site within a framework can support the terminal coordination of two gas molecules - specifically hydrogen, methane, or carbon dioxide.
Citation
Chemical Communications
Volume
52
Issue
53

Keywords

adsorption, metal organic framework, diffraction

Citation

Runcevski, T. , Kapelewski, M. , Torres-Gavosto, R. , Tarver, J. , Brown, C. and Long, J. (2016), Adsorption of Two Gas Molecules at a Single Metal Site in a Metal-Organic Framework, Chemical Communications, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=920725 (Accessed April 16, 2024)
Created July 6, 2016, Updated October 12, 2021