Porphyrin based porous organic polymers: novel synthetic strategy and exceptionally high CO2 adsorption capacity.

Abstract

Iron containing porous organic polymers (Fe-POPs) have been synthesized by a facile one-pot bottom-up approach to porphyrin chemistry by an extended aromatic substitution reaction between pyrrole and aromatic dialdehydes in the presence of small amount of Fe(III). The Fe-POPs possess very high BET surface area, large micropores and showed excellent CO(2) capture (~19 wt%) at 273 K/1 bar.

DOI: 10.1039/c1cc14275e

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@article{Modak2012PorphyrinBP, title={Porphyrin based porous organic polymers: novel synthetic strategy and exceptionally high CO2 adsorption capacity.}, author={Arindam Modak and Mahasweta Nandi and John Mondal and Asim Bhaumik}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2012}, volume={48 2}, pages={248-50} }