Metal-organic frameworks with exceptionally high methane uptake: where and how is methane stored?

@article{Wu2010MetalorganicFW,
  title={Metal-organic frameworks with exceptionally high methane uptake: where and how is methane stored?},
  author={Hui Wu and Jason M. Simmons and Yun Liu and Craig M Brown and Xi-Sen Wang and Shengqian Ma and Vanessa K Peterson and Peter D. Southon and Cameron J Kepert and Hong-Cai Zhou and Taner Yildirim and Wei Zhou},
  journal={Chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={16 17},
  pages={5205-14}
}
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a novel family of physisorptive materials that have exhibited great promise for methane storage. So far, a detailed understanding of their methane adsorption mechanism is still scarce. Herein, we report a comprehensive mechanistic study of methane storage in three milestone MOF compounds (HKUST-1, PCN-11, and PCN-14) the CH(4) storage capacities of which are among the highest reported so far among all porous materials. The three MOFs consist of the same… CONTINUE READING
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