An Organic Zeolite With 10 Å Diameter Pores Assembles From a Soluble and Flexible Building Block by Non-Covalent Interactions

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Two similar molecular building blocks, which both contain a hydrogen-bonded nitro group, have been prepared and crystallised. One structure has more flexibility with a butyl side chain which allows an open framework organic zeolite to form with large 10 Å diameter pores, whereas the other structure has less flexibility with an aryl side chain and is close packed. The pore size is comparable with those of the aluminophosphate VPI-5 (12 Å). It is concluded that some flexibility in the design of the building block for porous organic molecular materials was beneficial.

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Plater, M. J., & Harrison, W. T. A. (2019). An Organic Zeolite With 10 Å Diameter Pores Assembles From a Soluble and Flexible Building Block by Non-Covalent Interactions. ChemistryOpen, 8(4), 457–463. https://doi.org/10.1002/open.201900006

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