Designing Metal-Organic-Framework for Clean Energy Applications


Designing Metal-Organic-Framework for Clean Energy Applications

Shivy Mangal, S. Shanmuga Priya, K.Sudhakar

Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are novel type of porous crystalline materials that have attracted increasing attention in clean energy applications due to their high surface area, permanent porosity, and controllable structures. Due to the extraordinarily massive extent of variability of both of constituents that make up metal organic frameworks, it seems that an inexhaustible quantity of MOFs could theoretically be designed and synthesized. The following chapter deals with various clean energy application of MOFs and their design considerations.

Metal Organic Frameworks, Clean Energy, Carbon Dioxide Capture, Hydrogen Storage, Harmful Gas Removal, Super Capacitors, Fuel Cells, Photo Catalysis

Published online 10/5/2019, 22 pages

Citation: Shivy Mangal, S. Shanmuga Priya, K.Sudhakar, Designing Metal-Organic-Framework for Clean Energy Applications, Materials Research Foundations, Vol. 58, pp 85-106, 2019


Part of the book on Metal-Organic Framework Composites

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