Supertetrahedral sulfide crystals with giant cavities and channels

@article{Li1999SupertetrahedralSC,
  title={Supertetrahedral sulfide crystals with giant cavities and channels},
  author={J Li and Laine and O'Keeffe and Yaghi},
  journal={Science},
  year={1999},
  volume={283 5405},
  pages={1145-7}
}
Although aluminosilicates and metal phosphates can form porous open-framework materials such as zeolites, sulfide analogs usually form high-density phases because of the relatively small tetrahedral angle at sulfur atoms. One strategy to overcome this limitation is to use tetrahedral clusters as the building blocks to achieve porous sulfide-based networks. The preparation and crystal structures of two indium sulfide open frameworks (ASU-31 and ASU-32) built of supertetrahedral clusters around… CONTINUE READING