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Let your light shine: the photocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide to the formate anion under visible light irradiation is for the first time realized over a photoactive Ti-containing metal-organic framework, NH(2)-MIL-125(Ti), which is fabricated by a facile substitution of ligands in the UV-responsive MIL-125(Ti) material.
Metal-organic framework (MOF) NH2 -Uio-66(Zr) exhibits photocatalytic activity for CO2 reduction in the presence of triethanolamine as sacrificial agent under visible-light irradiation. Photoinduced electron transfer from the excited 2-aminoterephthalate (ATA) to Zr oxo clusters in NH2 -Uio-66(Zr) was for the first time revealed by photoluminescence… (More)
Ti-substituted NH2-Uio-66(Zr/Ti) prepared by using a post-synthetic exchange (PSE) method showed enhanced photocatalytic performance for both CO2 reduction and hydrogen evolution under visible light. Density functional theory (DFT) calculations and electron spin resonance (ESR) results reveal that the introduced Ti substituent acts as a mediator to… (More)
M-doped NH2-MIL-125(Ti) (M=Pt and Au) were prepared by using the wetness impregnation method followed by a treatment with H2 flow. The resultant samples were characterized by powder X-ray diffraction (XRD), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), X-ray absorption fine structure (XAFS) analyses, N2-sorption BET surface area, and UV/Vis diffuse reflectance… (More)
A MOF-253 supported active Ru carbonyl complex (MOF-253-Ru(CO)2Cl2) was constructed for photocatalytic CO2 reduction under visible light irradiation. Its performance can be further improved by immobilization as a photosensitizer. This study highlights the great potential of using MOFs as a solid ligand and platform for the assembly of a complicated… (More)
Correction for 'Introduction of a mediator for enhancing photocatalytic performance via post-synthetic metal exchange in metal-organic frameworks (MOFs)' by Dengrong Sun et al., Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 2056-2059.
Calcination of the mixed-metal species Co/Ni-MOF-74 leads to the formation of carbon-coated CoxNi1-x@CoyNi1-yO with a metal core diameter of ∼3.2 nm and a metal oxide shell thickness of ∼2.4 nm embedded uniformly in the ligand-derived carbon matrix. The close proximity of Co and Ni in the mixed-metal Co/Ni-MOF-74 promotes the metal alloying and the… (More)
Different amounts of Co-substituted Ni-MOF-74 have been prepared via a post-synthetic metal exchange. Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, powder X-ray diffraction (XRD), N2 adsorption/desorption, and extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) analyses indicated the successful metathesis between Co and Ni in Ni-MOF-74 to form the… (More)