Structural complexity in metal-organic frameworks: simultaneous modification of open metal sites and hierarchical porosity by systematic doping with defective linkers.

@article{Fang2014StructuralCI,
  title={Structural complexity in metal-organic frameworks: simultaneous modification of open metal sites and hierarchical porosity by systematic doping with defective linkers.},
  author={Zhenlan Fang and Johannes P. D{\"u}rholt and M. Kauer and Wenhua Zhang and Charles Lochenie and Bettina Jee and B. Albada and N. Metzler-Nolte and A. P{\"o}ppl and Birgit Weber and M. Muhler and Yuemin Wang and R. Schmid and R. Fischer},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={136 27},
  pages={
          9627-36
        }
}
A series of defect-engineered metal-organic frameworks (DEMOFs) derived from parent microporous MOFs was obtained by systematic doping with defective linkers during synthesis, leading to the simultaneous and controllable modification of coordinatively unsaturated metal sites (CUS) and introduction of functionalized mesopores. These materials were investigated via temperature-dependent adsorption/desorption of CO monitored by FTIR spectroscopy under ultra-high-vacuum conditions. Accurate… Expand
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