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A Microporous Hydrogen-Bonded Organic Framework with Amine Sites for Selective Recognition of Small Molecules

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Author(s)

Hailong Wang, Hui Wu, Jinglan Kan, Ganggang Chang, Zizhu Yao, Bin Li, Wei Zhou, Shengchang Xiang, John Cong-Gui Zhao, Banglin Chen

Abstract

A three-dimensional hydrogen-bonded organic framework (HOF-9) with suitable pore sizes and functional amine groups on the pore surfaces has been realized, exhibiting a highly selective recognition towards pyridine over BTX (BTX stans for benzene, toluene, and three xylene isomers). The framework contracts during solvent removal with a corresponding topology transformation, and the resulting desolvated phase displays a selective carbon dioxide capture over methane and nitrogen at ambient temperature.
Citation
Journal of Materials Chemistry A
Volume
5

Keywords

hydrogen-bonded organic framework, gas recognition

Citation

Wang, H. , Wu, H. , Kan, J. , Chang, G. , Yao, Z. , Li, B. , Zhou, W. , Xiang, S. , Zhao, J. and Chen, B. (2017), A Microporous Hydrogen-Bonded Organic Framework with Amine Sites for Selective Recognition of Small Molecules, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=922835 (Accessed February 25, 2024)
Created May 14, 2017, Updated October 12, 2021