Metal-Organic Frameworks: Applications from Catalysis to Gas Storage

Metal-Organic Frameworks: Applications from Catalysis to Gas Storage

Editor(s): David Farrusseng

Published Online: 19 JUL 2011 10:14AM EST

Print ISBN: 9783527328703

Online ISBN: 9783527635856

DOI: 10.1002/9783527635856

About this Book

An international and interdisciplinary team of leading experts from both academia and industry report on the wide range of hot applications for MOFs, discussing both the advantages and limits of the material. The resulting overview covers everything from catalysis, H2 and CH4 storage and gas purification to drug delivery and sensors.

From the Contents:
- Design of Porous Coordination Polymers/Metal-Organic Frameworks: Past, Present and Future
- Design of Functional Metal-Organic Frameworks by Post-Synthetic Modification
- Thermodynamic Methods for Prediction of Gas Separation in Flexible Frameworks
- Separation and purification of gases by MOFs
- Opportunities for MOFs in CO2 capture from flue gases, natural gas and syngas by adsorption
- Manufacture of MOF thin films on structured supports for separation and catalysis
- Research status of Metal-Organic Frameworks for on-board cryo-adsorptive hydrogen storage applications
- Separation of xylene isomers
- Metal-Organic Frameworks as Catalysts for Organic Reactions
- Biomedical applications of Metal Organic Frameworks
- Metal Organic Frameworks for Biomedical Imaging
- Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks
- Deposition of thin films for sensor applications
- Industrial MOF Synthesis
- MOF shaping and immobilisation

A must-have for every scientist in the field.

Table of contents

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  1. Part One: Design of Multifunctional Porous MOFs

  2. Part Two: Gas Storage and Separation Applications

  3. Part Three: Bulk Chemistry Applications

    1. Chapter 8

      Separation of Xylene Isomers (pages 171–190)

      Joeri F. M. Denayer, Dirk De Vos and Philibert Leflaive

  4. Part Four: Medical Applications

    1. Chapter 10

      Biomedical Applications of Metal–Organic Frameworks (pages 213–250)

      Patricia Horcajada, Christian Serre, Alistair C. McKinlay and Russell E. Morris

  5. Part Five: Physical Applications

  6. Part Six: Large-Scale Synthesis and Shaping of MOFs

    1. Chapter 14

      Industrial MOF Synthesis (pages 337–352)

      Alexander Czaja, Emi Leung, Natalia Trukhan and Ulrich Müller

    2. Chapter 15

      MOF Shaping and Immobilization (pages 353–381)

      Bertram Böhringer, Roland Fischer, Martin R. Lohe, Marcus Rose, Stefan Kaskel and Pia Küsgens

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