Synthesis and Structure Characterization of Copper Terephthalate Metal–Organic Frameworks

@inproceedings{Carson2009SynthesisAS,
  title={Synthesis and Structure Characterization of Copper Terephthalate Metal–Organic Frameworks},
  author={Cantwell G. Carson and Kenneth I. Hardcastle and Benjamin J. Schwartz and Xiaotao Liu and Christina Hoffmann and Rosario A. Gerhardt and Rina Tannenbaum},
  year={2009}
}
The term metal–organic framework (MOF) describes a class of materials in which organic, polyfunctional ligands form coordination bonds with multiple metal atoms to form extended polymeric structures in one-, two-, and three dimensions. They are often crystalline, highly porous, and resistant to structural collapse upon evacuation.[1] The variation of the ligand character, functionality, spacer length, metal atom, and synthesis environment has given rise to the formation of a large number of… CONTINUE READING
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