High capacity hydrogen adsorption in Cu(II) tetracarboxylate framework materials: the role of pore size, ligand functionalization, and exposed metal sites.

@article{Lin2009HighCH,
  title={High capacity hydrogen adsorption in Cu(II) tetracarboxylate framework materials: the role of pore size, ligand functionalization, and exposed metal sites.},
  author={Xiang Lin and Irvin Telepeni and Alexander J Blake and Anne Dailly and Craig M Brown and Jason M. Simmons and Marco Zoppi and Gavin S Walker and Kristin M Thomas and Timothy J. Mays and Peter Hubberstey and Neil R Champness and Martin Schr{\"o}der},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2009},
  volume={131 6},
  pages={2159-71}
}
A series of isostructural metal-organic framework polymers of composition [Cu2(L)(H2O)2] (L= tetracarboxylate ligands), denoted NOTT-nnn, has been synthesized and characterized. Single crystal X-ray structures confirm the complexes to contain binuclear Cu(II) paddlewheel nodes each bridged by four carboxylate centers to give a NbO-type network of 64.82… CONTINUE READING