A pressure-amplifying framework material with negative gas adsorption transitions

@article{Krause2016APF,
  title={A pressure-amplifying framework material with negative gas adsorption transitions},
  author={Simon Krause and Volodymyr Bon and Irena Senkovska and Ulrich Stoeck and Dirk Wallacher and Daniel Maria T{\"o}bbens and Stefan Zander and Renjith S Pillai and Guillaume Maurin and F. Coudert and Stefan Kaskel},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2016},
  volume={532},
  pages={348-352}
}
Adsorption-based phenomena are important in gas separations, such as the treatment of greenhouse-gas and toxic-gas pollutants, and in water-adsorption-based heat pumps for solar cooling systems. The ability to tune the pore size, shape and functionality of crystalline porous coordination polymers—or metal–organic frameworks (MOFs)—has made them attractive materials for such adsorption-based applications. The flexibility and guest-molecule-dependent response of MOFs give rise to unexpected and… CONTINUE READING
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