Ultrahigh Porosity in Metal-Organic Frameworks

@article{Furukawa2010UltrahighPI,
  title={Ultrahigh Porosity in Metal-Organic Frameworks},
  author={H. Furukawa and N. Ko and Y. Go and N. Aratani and Sang Beom Choi and Eunwoo Choi and A. Yazaydin and R. Snurr and M. O'keeffe and Jaheon Kim and O. Yaghi},
  journal={Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={329},
  pages={424 - 428}
}
Network Approaches to Highly Porous Materials Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), in which inorganic centers are bridged by organic linkers, can achieve very high porosity for gas absorption. However, as the materials develop larger void spaces, there is also more room for growing interpenetrating networks—filling the open spaces not with gas molecules but with more MOFs. Furukawa et al. (p. 424, published online 1 July) describe the synthesis of a MOF in which zinc centers are bridged with long… Expand
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