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When adsorbed (at a low temperature) on alkali-metal-exchanged zeolites, CO forms both M(CO) and M(OC) carbonyl species with the extra-framework alkali-metal cation of the zeolite. Both quantum chemical and experimental results show that C-bonded adducts are characterized by a C−O stretching IR band at a frequency higher than that of 2143 cm for free CO,(More)
Interaction between adsorbed hydrogen and the coordinatively unsaturated Mg(2+) and Co(2+) cationic centres in Mg-MOF-74 and Co-MOF-74, respectively, was studied by means of variable-temperature infrared (VTIR) spectroscopy. Perturbation of the H(2) molecule by the cationic adsorbing centre renders the H--H stretching mode IR-active at 4088 and 4043 cm(-1)(More)
The interaction between molecular hydrogen and the alkali-metal-exchanged zeolites Na-FER and K-FER at a low temperature was investigated by combining variable-temperature infrared spectroscopy and theoretical calculations by using a periodic DFT model. The experimentally determined values of standard adsorption enthalpy, DeltaH degrees , were -6.0 (+/-0.8)(More)
The interaction, at a low temperature, between molecular hydrogen and the zeolite Li-FER was studied by means of variable temperature infrared spectroscopy and theoretical calculations using a periodic DFT model. The adsorbed dihydrogen molecule becomes infrared active, giving a characteristic IR absorption band (H-H stretching) at 4090 cm(-1). Three(More)
A combination of variable-temperature infrared spectroscopy with volumetric gas adsorption measurements was used to study the thermodynamics of hydrogen adsorption, at a low temperature, on calcium-exchanged zeolites X and Y. Two adsorption regimes were considered: (i) localized adsorption of dihydrogen molecules on Ca cation sites, and (ii) delocalized(More)
Interaction of CO with K-FER zeolite was investigated by a combination of variable-temperature IR spectroscopy and computational study. Calculations were performed using omega(CO)/r(CO) correlation method in combination with a periodic density functional theory model. On the basis of agreement between experimental and calculated results, the following(More)
This review provides an update on the implementation of emerging materials as sorbents for sample preparation in combination with chromatographic separation. We have focused on recent applications of metal-organic frameworks, layered double hydroxides, porous carbons obtained from polymers or biomass precursors, and silicates (clays and zeolites). The(More)
A series of metal organic frameworks-derived nanoporous carbons originating from zeolitic imidazolate framework-8 (ZIF-8) crystals as precursors have been prepared via varying the preparation conditions. The ZIF-8-derived carbons were subsequently admixed in the methacrylate monomers containing polymerization mixtures and polymerized to obtain monolithic(More)
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