A Microporous Copper Metal–Organic Framework with High H2 and CO2 Adsorption Capacity at Ambient Pressure (pages 10344–10348)
Daniel Lässig, Jörg Lincke, Jens Moellmer, Christian Reichenbach, Dr. Andreas Moeller, Prof. Dr. Roger Gläser, Dr. Grit Kalies, Dr. Katie A. Cychosz, Dr. Matthias Thommes, Prof. Dr. Reiner Staudt and Prof. Dr. Harald Krautscheid
Article first published online: 16 SEP 2011 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201102329
Fully accessible: Uptakes of 9.2 mmol g−1 (40.5 wt %) for CO2 at 273 K/0.1 MPa and 15.23 mmol g−1 (3.07 wt %) for H2 at 77 K/0.1 MPa are among the highest reported for metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) and are found for a novel, highly microporous copper-based MOF (see picture; Cu turquoise, O red, N blue). Thermal analyses show a stability of the flexible framework up to 250 °C.