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Deconstructing the Crystal Structures of Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials into Their Underlying Nets
Michael O’Keeffe*†‡ and Omar M. Yaghi*‡§
Chem. Rev., 2012, 112 (2), pp 675–702
Figure 5. (a) The Re6Se8(CN)6 unit. (b) The same abstracted as an octahedral SBU.
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Figure 4: Catenation of rings in nets intergrown with their dual structures.
The nets are shown augmented with triangles at the three-coordinated vertices and octahedra at the six-coordinated vertices. a, A pair of identical rings in the self-dual pyr net of MOF-150 (ref. 11). b, A six-membered ring of the qom net (red) of MOF-177 catenated with a ring of the dual net (blue). A pair of three-coordinated vertices are directly linked, as are pairs of six-coordinated vertices.
Nature427, 523-527 (5 February 2004) | doi:10.1038/nature02311; Received 9 September 2003; Accepted 16 December 2003
Figure 14. (a) Top- and (b) cross-sectional view the ZIF-8 membrane synthesized by secondary growth technique. Reproduced with permission from ref 278
Chem. Rev., 2012, 112 (2), pp 933–969
Nature Communications 3(604), 2012; DOI: 10.1038/ncomms1618
Crystal structure of zinc-adeninate MOF. ZN2+, dark blue tetrahedra; C, gray spheres; O, red spheres; N, blue spheres; H, omitted for clarity. I
…exhibits a high surface area (4,300 m2 g−1), one of the lowest crystal densities (0.302 g cm−3) and the largest metal-organic framework pore volume reported to date (4.3 cm3 g−1).
Figure 12. A portion of the crystallographic structure of Ni2(dobdc) following dosing with CO2. Green, gray, and red spheres represent Ni, C, and O atoms, respectively; H atoms are omitted for clarity.(193)
Table 10. Components of the Shifted Products of Steam Methane Reformation(417)
Chem. Rev., 2012, 112 (2), pp 724–781
Figure 9. Structures of [(NH4)Li(C4H4O6)]·H2O in the paraelectric phase (293 K): (a) unit cell along the c axis and (b) layer structure in the ab plane. Green dotted lines represent hydrogen bonds.
Chem. Rev., 2012, 112 (2), pp 1163–1195
Temperature dependence of dielectric constant of (a) [(NH4)Li(C4H4O6)]·H2O