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Recent Developments in Materials Science. NKS and the design of new materials. Materials Science for Dummies. Tinkertoy computer . Crystal Engineering. Node & spacer Appropriate symmetry Rigid spacer “Complete” coordination sphere “Self-correction” Thermodynamics Kinetics.

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recent developments in materials science

Recent Developments in Materials Science

NKS and the design of new materials

Brian Moulton

crystal engineering
Crystal Engineering
  • Node & spacer
    • Appropriate symmetry
    • Rigid spacer
    • “Complete” coordination sphere
  • “Self-correction”
    • Thermodynamics
    • Kinetics

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NKS 2006

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amorphous materials
Amorphous Materials?
  • Node & spacer
    • Specific geometries
    • Rigid spacer
    • “Complete” coordination sphere
  • “Self-correction”
    • Thermodynamics
    • Kinetics

NKS 2007

amorphous materials1
Amorphous Materials?

Mn12O12(CH3COO)16(H2O)4

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coordination polymer gels
Coordination Polymer Gels

> 95% solvent, by mass

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Chem. Commun., 2007, 2802.

coordination polymer gels1
Coordination Polymer Gels

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Chem. Commun., 2007, 2802.

sol gel structure
Sol-gel Structure

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100X optical image

silica sol gel
Silica sol-gel

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TEM image

aerogels
Aerogels

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Langmuir surface area = 491 g/m2

aerogels1
Aerogels

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aerogels2
Aerogels

Log V = C + (D-3)[Log Log(Po/P)]

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aerogels3
Aerogels

Plot 1

Order 1

Curve 1:

Coefficients:

b[0] 1.9299056529

b[1] -0.4804483923

r ² 0.9967341317

Fractal Dimension = 3 + b1

= 2.52

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porous coordination polymers
Porous Coordination Polymers
  • Challenges*
    • Cooperative properties / composite materials
    • Thin layer compounds
    • Mesoscale compounds

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*Kitagawa, et al., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2004, 43, 2334-2375

coordination polymers gels
Coordination Polymers Gels
  • Composite materials
  • Xerogels: thin layer compounds
  • Aerogels: mesoporosity
  • Modular design
  • Processability
  • Multiple synthetic approaches

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acknowledgements
Acknowledgements
  • Shuangbing Han
  • Brian Luisi
  • Kevin Rowland
  • Brown CAMR
    • SEM
  • IndrekKuloats
    • adsorption isotherms
  • Kate Manley
    • microscopy
  • Arkwright Incorporated of Coventry, R.I. (USA)
    • rheometry

NKS 2007

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