A Versatile Microporous Zinc(II) Metal-Organic Framework for Selective Gas Adsorption, Cooperative Catalysis, and Luminescent Sensing.

@article{He2018AVM,
  title={A Versatile Microporous Zinc(II) Metal-Organic Framework for Selective Gas Adsorption, Cooperative Catalysis, and Luminescent Sensing.},
  author={Hongming He and De-yu Zhang and Feng Ling Guo and Fuxing Sun},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2018},
  volume={57 12},
  pages={
          7314-7320
        }
}
A versatile microporous zinc(II) MOF (1) with plentiful Lewis basic sites and open metal sites synchronously has been synthesized successfully. The resultant microporous material displays excellent selectivity adsorption for small gases. The IAST selectivity values for CO2/CH4, C2H6/CH4, CO2/N2, and C3H8/CH4 are 7, 21, 38, and 125 at 101 kPa and 298 K, respectively. 1 exhibits remarkably heterogeneous catalytic performance for acid-base one-pot reactions. Furthermore, 1 exhibits recyclable… CONTINUE READING