Metal Organic Frameworks and Derived Materials for Advanced Applications
Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are a class of porous materials extensively studied for many different applications. They are formed by the assembling of two main components: clusters or metal ion nodes, which are also called secondary building units (SBUs), and organic linkers between the SBUs, usually giving rise to crystalline structures with significant porous texture development. This Topic is focused on the latest and newest developments in the synthesis and applications of MOFs. The final goal is to stablish a clear overview of the state of the art of these materials. The Topic will cover studies dealing with the synthesis of these fascinating materials and their potential applications, including gas storage, drug delivery, separation processes, catalysis, light harvesting and energy conversion, sensing, and so on.
Dr. Jorge Bedia
Dr. Carolina Belver
- metal–organic frameworks
- water/gas treatment
- drug delivery
- gas storage
- energy conversion
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