Hierarchical Metal-Organic Framework Hybrids: Perturbation-Assisted Nanofusion Synthesis.

@article{Yue2015HierarchicalMF,
  title={Hierarchical Metal-Organic Framework Hybrids: Perturbation-Assisted Nanofusion Synthesis.},
  author={Yanfeng Yue and Pasquale F Fulvio and Sheng Dai},
  journal={Accounts of chemical research},
  year={2015},
  volume={48 12},
  pages={
          3044-52
        }
}
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) represent a new family of microporous materials; however, microporous-mesoporous hierarchical MOF materials have been less investigated because of the lack of simple, reliable methods to introduce mesopores to the crystalline microporous particles. State-of-the-art MOF hierarchical materials have been prepared by ligand extension methods or by using a template, resulting in intrinsic mesopores of longer ligands or replicated pores from template agents… 

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