A family of porous lonsdaleite-e networks obtained through pillaring of decorated kagomé lattice sheets.

@article{Schoedel2013AFO,
  title={A family of porous lonsdaleite-e networks obtained through pillaring of decorated kagom{\'e} lattice sheets.},
  author={Alexander Schoedel and Wesley Boyette and Lukasz Wojtas and Mohamed Eddaoudi and Michael J Zaworotko},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={135 38},
  pages={14016-9}
}
A new and versatile class of metal-organic materials (MOMs) with augmented lonsdaleite-e (lon-e-a) topology is presented herein. This family of lon-e nets are built by pillaring of hexagonal two-dimensional kagomé (kag) lattices constructed from well-known [Zn2(CO2R)4] paddlewheel molecular building blocks (MBBs) connected by 1,3-benzenedicarboxylate (bdc(2… CONTINUE READING