A 9,9[prime or minute]-spirobifluorene based Metal-Organic Framework: synthesis, structure analysis and gas sorption properties

  • Moreau F
  • Audebrand N
  • Poriel C
 et al. 
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Abstract

The new square planar tetracarboxylate ligand L (4,4[prime or minute],4[prime or minute][prime or minute],4[prime or minute][prime or minute][prime or minute]-(9,9[prime or minute]-spirobi[fluorene]-2,2[prime or minute],7,7[prime or minute]-tetrayl)tetrabenzoic acid) was synthesized and used for synthesis of the Metal-Organic Framework Cu2L(H2O)2[middle dot](EtOH)4 denoted SBF-Cu. This material possesses the classical 4-4 regular tiling topology with paddle-wheel inorganic building units. Due to the presence of SBF cores, the interactions between the layers of this MOF confer it specific properties: high specific surface area, open metal sites under activation, and promising hydrogen uptake capacity.

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  • Cu
  • MOF

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Authors

  • Florian Moreau

  • Nathalie Audebrand

  • Cyril Poriel

  • Virginie Moizan-Basle

  • Jean Ouvry

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