Balancing volumetric and gravimetric uptake in highly porous materials for clean energy

@article{Chen2020BalancingVA,
  title={Balancing volumetric and gravimetric uptake in highly porous materials for clean energy},
  author={Zhijie Chen and Penghao Li and Ryther Anderson and Xingjie Wang and Xuan Zhang and L. Robison and Louis R. Redfern and Shinya Moribe and Timur Islamoglu and Diego A. G{\'o}mez-Gualdr{\'o}n and T. Yildirim and J. F. Stoddart and O. Farha},
  journal={Science},
  year={2020},
  volume={368},
  pages={297 - 303}
}
Delivering methane and hydrogen The pressure for onboard storage of methane and hydrogen on vehicles is usually limited to 100 bar for the use of lightweight containers, but the amount stored can be increased with the use of absorbent materials. Efficient storage and delivery require a balance of volumetric and gravimetric storage. Chen et al. designed a metal-organic framework with trialuminum nodes and a large hexadentate aromatic linker that optimizes both parameters. This material surpassed… Expand
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