Green synthesis of a large series of bimetallic MIL-100(Fe,M) MOFs

@article{Steenhaut2020GreenSO,
  title={Green synthesis of a large series of bimetallic MIL-100(Fe,M) MOFs},
  author={Timothy Steenhaut and Sophie Hermans and Yaroslav Filinchuk},
  journal={New Journal of Chemistry},
  year={2020},
  volume={44},
  pages={3847-3855}
}
Here we present a scalable and green methodology to synthesize a large variety of MIL-100(Fe,M), metal-doped iron-based MOFs with high thermal stability and surface areas. Our synthesis is performed at room temperature in aqueous media and can be applied to doping with p-, d- and f-elements in oxidation states from +I to +V, therefore being highly general. The influence of the doping metal nature on the thermal and textural properties is systematically investigated. We show that large… 

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