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Adsorptive removal of hazardous materials using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs): a review.
This review summarizes the recent literatures on the adsorptive removal of various hazardous compounds mainly from fuel, water, and air by virgin or modified MOF materials. Expand
Removal of hazardous organics from water using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs): plausible mechanisms for selective adsorptions.
The adsorptive purifications of contaminated water with MOFs are discussed, in order to understand possible applications of MOFs in clean water provision and plausible adsorption or interaction mechanisms and selective adsorptions are summarized. Expand
Adsorptive removal of methyl orange and methylene blue from aqueous solution with a metal-organic framework material, iron terephthalate (MOF-235).
Based on this study, MOFs, even if they do not adsorb gases, can be suggested as potential adsorbents to remove harmful materials in the liquid phase from contaminated water via adsorption. Expand
Hydrogen storage in the giant-pore metal-organic frameworks MIL-100 and MIL-101.
Adsorption of diclofenac sodium from water using oxidized activated carbon
Abstract Adsorption of diclofenac sodium (DCF) from aqueous solutions using surface-modified/oxidized activated carbons (OACs) was investigated and compared with that over virgin activated carbonExpand
Adsorption of naproxen and clofibric acid over a metal–organic framework MIL-101 functionalized with acidic and basic groups
Adsorption of naproxen and clofibric acid, two typical (pharmaceuticals and personal care products) PPCPs has been studied with virgin and modified MIL-101s, one of the typical metal–organicExpand
Adsorptive removal of ibuprofen and diclofenac from water using metal-organic framework-derived porous carbon.
Abstract A metal-organic framework (MOF) (here, zeolitic-imidazolate framework-8) was pyrolyzed at different temperatures (800, 1000, and 1200 °C) in order to prepare porous carbons derived from MOFExpand
Adsorptive removal of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) from water with a metal–organic framework
Abstract Adsorptive removal of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) using a MOF (metal–organic framework), Cr-benzenedicarboxylate (MIL-53), has been studied for the first time to understand theExpand