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Metal-Organic Frameworks. Applications from Catalysis to Gas Storage

  • ID: 2183354
  • July 2011
  • 414 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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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.

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Preface

PART I: Design of Multifunctional Porous MOFs

DESIGN OF POROUS COORDINATION POLYMER/METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

Introduction

Background and Ongoing Chemistry of Porous Coordination Polymers

Multifunctional Frameworks

Preparation of Multifunctional Frameworks

Perspectives

DESIGN OF FUNCTIONAL METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS BY POST–SYNTHETIC MODIFICATION

Building a MOFs Toolbox by Post–Synthetic Modification

Post–Functionalization of MOFs by Host–Guest Interactions

Post–Functionalization of MOFs Based on Coordination Chemistry

Post–Functionalization of MOFs by Covalent Bonds

Tandem Post–Modification for the Immobilization of Organometallic Catalysts

Critical Assessment

Conclusion

PART II: Gas Storage and Separation Applications

THERMODYNAMIC METHODS FOR PREDICTION OF GAS SEPARATION IN FLEXIBLE FRAMEWORKS

Introduction

Theoretical Background

Molecular Simulation Methods

Analytical Methods Based on Experimental Data

Outlook

SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION OF GASES BY MOFS

Introduction

General Principles of Gas Separation and Purification

MOFs for Separation and Purification Processes

Conclusions and Perspectives

OPPORTUNITIES FOR MOFS IN CO2 CAPTURE FROM FLUE GASES, NATURAL GAS, AND SYNGAS BY ADSORPTION

Introduction

General Introduction to Pressure Swing Adsorption

Production of H2 from Syngas

CO2 Removal from Natural Gas

Post–Combustion CO2 Capture

MOFs

Conclusions

MANUFACTURE OF MOF THIN FILMS ON STRUCTURED SUPPORTS FOR SEPARATION AND CATALYSIS

Advantages and Limitations of Membrane Technologies for Gas and Liquid Separation

Mechanisms of Mass Transport and Separation

Synthesis of Molecular Sieve Membranes

Application of MOF Membranes

Limitations

Conclusions and Outlook

RESEARCH STATUS OF METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS FOR ON–BOARD CRYO–ADSORPTIVE HYDROGEN STORAGE APPLICATIONS

Introduction –

Research Problem and Significance

MOFs as Adsorptive Hydrogen Storage Options

Experimental Techniques and Methods for Performance and Thermodynamic Assessment of Porous MOFs for Hydrogen Storage

Material Research Results

From Laboratory–Scale Materials to Engineering

Conclusion

PART III: Bulk Chemistry Applications

SEPARATION OF XYLENE ISOMERS

Xylene Separation: Industrial Processes, Adsorbents, and Separation Principles

Properties of MOFs Versus Zeolites in Xylene Separations

Separation of Xylenes Using MIL–47 and MIL–53

Conclusions

METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS AS CATALYSTS FOR ORGANIC REACTIONS

Introduction

MOFs with Catalytically Active Metal Nodes in the Framework

Catalytic Functionalization of Organic Framework Linkers

Homochiral MOFs

MOF–Encapsulated Catalytically Active Guests

Mesoporous MOFs

Conclusions

PART IV: Medical Applications

BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS

Introduction

MOFs for Bioapplications

Therapeutics

Diagnostics

From Synthesis of Nanoparticles to Surface Modification and Shaping

Discussion and Conclusion

METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS FOR BIOMEDICAL IMAGING

Introduction

Gadolinium Carboxylate NMOFs

Manganese Carboxylate NMOFs

Iron Carboxylate NMOFs: The MIL Family

Iodinated NMOFs: CT Contrast Agents

Lanthanide Nucleotide NMOFs

Guest Encapsulation within NMOFs

Conclusion

PART V: Physical Applications

LUMINESCENT METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS

Introduction

Luminescence Theory

Ligand–Based Luminescence

Metal–Based Luminescence

Guest–Induced Luminescence

Applications of Luminescent MOFs

Conclusion

DEPOSITION OF THIN FILMS FOR SENSOR APPLICATIONS

Introduction

Literature Survey

Signal Transduction Modes

Considerations in Selecting MOFs for Sensing Applications

MOF Thin Film Growth: Methods, Mechanisms, and Limitations

Conclusions and Perspectives

PART VI: Large–Scale Synthesis and Shaping of MOFs

INDUSTRIAL MOF SYNTHESIS

Introduction

Raw Materials

Synthesis

Shaping

Applications

Conclusion and Outlook

MOF SHAPING AND IMMOBILISATION

Introduction

MOF@Fiber Composite Materials

Requirements of Adsorbents for Individual Protection

MOFs in Monolithic Structures

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David Farrusseng received his BSc in chemistry from the University of Montpellier (France) under the supervision of Prof. R. Corriu. In 1999, he got his PhD in Materials Science at the European Institute of Membranes in Montpellier under the guidance of Drs. A. Julbe and C. Guizard. He joined as post–doc the group of Prof. F. Schüth at the MPI für Kohlenforschung (Germany). In 2001, he was appointed CNRS researcher at IRCELYON in the group of Dr. C. Mirodatos. He is currently group leader at IRCELYON. His research activities focus on the design of materials for original catalytic and separation processes and on the development of high–throughput approaches for which he was awarded in 2008 by the French Chemical Society. He is author of approximately 90 peer–reviewed publications and 15 patents.

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