Pore Surface Tailored SOD‐Type Metal‐Organic Zeolites

@article{Zhang2011PoreST,
  title={Pore Surface Tailored SOD‐Type Metal‐Organic Zeolites},
  author={Jie‐Peng Zhang and Ai‐Xin Zhu and Rui‐Biao Lin and Xiao-Lin Qi and Xiao‐Ming Chen},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
  year={2011},
  volume={23}
}
Natural and synthetic zeolites are important microporous materials. [ 1 ] The highly ordered structures and tunable compositions of aluminosilicate frameworks are responsible for their extraordinary performances. After the discovery of zeolitic metal imidazolate frameworks, ranging from zeolite-like cobalt imidazolates [ 2 ] to the SOD-, ANA-, and RHO-type (three-letter codes of zeolite topologies) zinc benziimidazolate [ 3 ] and 2-alkylimidazolates, [ 4 ] these novel porous coordination… 

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