Nanoporous Metal-Organic-Framework


Nanoporous Metal-Organic-Framework

Sameer Ahmad, Afzal Ansari, Weqar Ahmad Siddiqi, M. Khursheed Akram

Nanoporous metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are three-dimensional porous lattices of inorganic-organic linkers. These materials have tunable physiochemical properties such as high porosity, crystalline nature, chemical, thermal and mechanical stability as well. The fabrication of different MOFs can be approached by synthetic modification methods for instance modulated synthesis and post-synthetic modification. Synthetic modifications develop most stable functionalized MOFs materials, which play the most promising role in different fields such as gas separation, catalysis, gas storage, water treatment, and other different applications.

Metal-Organic Frameworks, Stability, Porosity, Functionalization, Gas Separation, Catalysis

Published online 10/5/2019, 33 pages

Citation: Sameer Ahmad, Afzal Ansari, Weqar Ahmad Siddiqi, M. Khursheed Akram, Nanoporous Metal-Organic-Framework, Materials Research Foundations, Vol. 58, pp 107-139, 2019


Part of the book on Metal-Organic Framework Composites

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