Pressure and guest-mediated pore shape modification in a small pore MOF to 1200 bar
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Guest-mediated pore-shape modification of the metal–organic framework, Sc2BDC3 upon adsorption of n-pentane and isopentane is examined from 50–1200 bar. Rotation of the BDC linker responsible for the change in pore shape occurs at much lower pressures than previously reported, with distinct adsorption behaviour observed between pentane isomers.
McMonagle , C J , Turner , G F , Jones , I , Allan , D R , Warren , M R , Kamenev , K V , Parsons , S , Wright , P A & Moggach , S A 2022 , ' Pressure and guest-mediated pore shape modification in a small pore MOF to 1200 bar ' , Chemical Communications , vol. 58 , no. 82 , pp. 11465–11598 . https://doi.org/10.1039/d2cc04649k
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DescriptionThe authors acknowledge Diamond Light Source, Rutherford Appleton Laboratories, for beamtime on Station I19 and the staff on beamline I19 for assistance, and for providing funding for a PhD studentship to CJM. GFT acknowledges the Australian Government for the provision of an RTP scholarship. SAM thanks the Australian Research Council (ARC) for a Future Fellowship (FT200100243).
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