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Structural, textural and gas adsorption properties of M(bdc)(ted)0.5 (M = Zn, Cu or Ni) upon spontaneous dispersion of metal salts
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a family of nanoporous materials that have been well-studied during the past decades. Their high surface area, well defined pores, ease of assembly and good thermal stability are some ...
Pillar-layered structured nanoporous coordination polymers for carbon dioxide adsorption-based applications
Porous coordination polymers (PCPs) have been of great interest for scientist and engineers due to their potential use in applications such as heterogeneous catalysis, molecular storage, and gas separation via adsorption. ...
Synthesis, characterization and detemplation of thermally unstable 3-D Metal-Substituted Aluminophosphates.
The extent of the detemplation process in Me-SBE (Me = Co2+, Mg2+ and Mn2+) aluminophosphates was investigated. Hydrothermal synthesis conditions were optimized to obtain materials with minimal phase impurities. SEM analysis ...
Silicoaluminophosphate nanoporous materials for carbon dioxide adsorption at low concentration
The incorporation of extraframework Sr2+ and Ba2+ cations onto silicoaluminophosphate (SAPO-34) zeolitic materials has been proven to influence their adsorptive properties. In this study, three approaches were employed to ...
Selective nanoporous sorbents for gas based separations: Ion exchanged silicoaluminophosphates and titanosilicates
Two specific sorbents were targeted in this research work: silicoaluminosphosphates (SAPOs) and titanium silicates. For the former, Na+ -SAPO-34 sorbents were ionexchanged with several cations (Ag+, Mg2+, Ca2+, Sr2+, Ti3+, ...