Methane storage in flexible metal-organic frameworks with intrinsic thermal management.

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As a cleaner, cheaper, and more globally evenly distributed fuel, natural gas has considerable environmental, economic, and political advantages over petroleum as a source of energy for the transportation sector. Despite these benefits, its low volumetric energy density at ambient temperature and pressure presents substantial challenges, particularly for… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nature15732

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@article{Mason2015MethaneSI, title={Methane storage in flexible metal-organic frameworks with intrinsic thermal management.}, author={Jarad A. Mason and Julia Oktawiec and Mercedes K. Taylor and Matthew R. Hudson and J. D. Rodriguez and Jonathan E Bachman and Miguel I Gonzalez and Antonio Cervellino and Antonietta Guagliardi and Craig M Brown and Philip L Llewellyn and Norberto Masciocchi and Jeffrey R. Long}, journal={Nature}, year={2015}, volume={527 7578}, pages={357-61} }