The impact of an isoreticular expansion strategy on the performance of iodine catalysts supported in multivariate zirconium and aluminum metal-organic frameworks.

@article{Tahmouresilerd2019TheIO,
  title={The impact of an isoreticular expansion strategy on the performance of iodine catalysts supported in multivariate zirconium and aluminum metal-organic frameworks.},
  author={Babak Tahmouresilerd and Michael Moody and Louis Agogo and Anthony F. Cozzolino},
  journal={Dalton transactions},
  year={2019},
  volume={48 19},
  pages={
          6445-6454
        }
}
Iodine functionalized variants of DUT-5 (Al) and UiO-67 (Zr) were prepared as expanded-pore analogues of MIL-53 (Al) and UiO-67 (Zr). They were prepared using a combination of multivariate and isorecticular expansion strategies. Multivariate MOFs with a 25% iodine-containing linker was chosen to achieve an ideal balance between a high density of catalytic sites and sufficient space for efficient diffusion. Changes to the oxidation potential of the catalyst as a result of the pore-expansion… 
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