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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. ...
Computational study of the physical adsorption of CO₂ on novel sorbents based on porous coordination polymers
CO2 capture has motivated the design and synthesis of a large number of adsorbent materials. An example of these materials are the coordination pillared-layers (CPLs), which have emerged as possible candidates for CO2 ...
Porous coordination pillared layer networks: Hysteretic gas adsorption and functionalization for superior CO2 uptake
Porous coordination polymers (PCPs) are crystals holding pore sizes and shapes with tremendous capabilities for carbon capture based on adsorption. Coordination pillared layer networks, with copper as central node, Cu2+-CPL-n, ...