Functionalized Coordination Space in Metal-Organic Frameworks
- chair: Wöll, C. / Fischer, R.A. (2008)
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2008), 47, 8164-8168
- Date: 2008
Wöll, C. / Fischer, R.A. (2008): „Functionalized Coordination Space in Metal-Organic Frameworks“. In: Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2008), 47, 8164-8168
Two significant advances in the development of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are perfluoro MOFs (see structure) with an outstanding volumetric gas uptake and hysteretic sorption of dihydrogen. The modular synthesis of functional MOFs involves a two-component framework, in which one component is an integral component of the framework and the other can be exchanged after formation of the matrix.