Spectroscopic Evidence of Pore Geometry Effect on Axial Coordination of Guest Molecules in Metalloporphyrin-Based Metal Organic Frameworks.

@article{Kucheryavy2018SpectroscopicEO,
  title={Spectroscopic Evidence of Pore Geometry Effect on Axial Coordination of Guest Molecules in Metalloporphyrin-Based Metal Organic Frameworks.},
  author={Pavel Kucheryavy and Nicole Lahanas and Jenny V Lockard},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2018},
  volume={57 6},
  pages={
          3339-3347
        }
}
A systematic comparison of host-guest interactions in two iron porphyrin-based metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), FeCl-PCN222 and FeCl-PCN224, with drastically different pore sizes and geometries is reported in this fundamental spectroscopy study. Guest molecules (acetone, imidazole, and piperidine) of different sizes, axial binding strengths, and reactivity with the iron porphyrin centers are employed to demonstrate the range of possible interactions that occur at the porphyrin sites inside the… CONTINUE READING

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