A high rotational barrier for physisorbed hydrogen in an fcu-metal-organic framework.

@article{Pham2014AHR,
  title={A high rotational barrier for physisorbed hydrogen in an fcu-metal-organic framework.},
  author={Tony Pham and K. Forrest and P. Georgiev and W. Lohstroh and D. Xue and Adam Hogan and M. Eddaoudi and Brian Space and J. Eckert},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={50 91},
  pages={
          14109-12
        }
}
A combined inelastic neutron scattering (INS) and theoretical study of H2 sorption in Y-FTZB, a recently reported metal-organic framework (MOF) with fcu topology, reveals that the strongest binding site in the MOF causes a high barrier to rotation on the sorbed H2. This rotational barrier for H2 is the highest yet of reported MOF materials based on physisorption. 
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