The current status of hydrogen storage in metal–organic frameworks

  title={The current status of hydrogen storage in metal–organic frameworks},
  author={Dan Zhao and Daqiang Yuan and Hong‐Cai Zhou},
  journal={Energy and Environmental Science},
The theoretical and experimental hydrogen storage studies on metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) have been reviewed. Seven distinct factors influencing hydrogen uptake capacity in MOFs have been classified and discussed. Based on existing studies, some possible future developments have been proposed. 

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