Porous Metal Carboxylate Boron Imidazolate Frameworks

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  • We thank the support of this work by the NSF (X.B. DMR-0846958), the DOE (P.F. DE-SC0002235), and NIH-RISE (R.N. GM071638). X.B. is a Henry Dreyfus Teacher Scholar.

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A sponge for carbon: A new family of porous materials with tunable gas sorption properties has been prepared by integrating metal carboxylates and boron imidazolates under hydro- or solvothermal conditions. One hydrothermally synthesized phase exhibits very high volumetric CO2 storage capacity of 81 L L−1 (273 K, 1 atm).

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