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Functional Metal-Organic Frameworks. Structure, Properties and Applications. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5186048
  • Book
  • January 2021
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Owing to the extensive interest in construction of functional metal organic frameworks (FMOFs), this book discusses the roles of functional groups on the structure and application of metal organic frameworks (MOFs). The contents of the book are classified based on the structural and chemical properties of organic functions, in order to make readers able to compare the different effects of each function on the structure and application of the MOFs.

In each chapter, the chemical properties of applied functional groups are gathered to give deeper insight into the roles of organic functions in the structure and application of MOFs. In the function-application properties, the authors discuss how a functional group can dominate the host-guest chemistry of the MOFs and how this host-guest chemistry can expand the effectiveness and efficiency of the material in different fields of applications. Finally, function-structure properties are discussed. In function-application properties, it is discussed how a functional group can affect the topology, porosity, flexibility and stability of the framework. The features of this subject are novel and are presented for the first time.

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Preface ix

1 Introduction to Functional Metal–Organic Frameworks 1

1.1 Coordination Polymers 1

1.2 Metal–Organic Frameworks 4

1.3 Functional Metal–Organic Frameworks 6

References 11

2 Amine Decorated Metal–Organic Frameworks 15

2.1 General Chemical Properties of Amine Function 15

2.2 Function–Application Properties 16

2.3 Function–Structure Properties 30

References 31

3 Azo and Azine Decorated Metal–Organic Frameworks 37

3.1 General Chemical Properties of Azine and Azo Functions 37

3.2 Function–Application Properties 37

3.3 Function-Structure Properties 47

References 50

4 Imidazolium and Pyridinium Decorated Metal-Organic Frameworks 55

4.1 Imidazolium Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks 55

4.1.1 General Chemical Properties of Imidazolium Function 55

4.1.2 Function–Application Properties 56

4.1.3 Function–Structure Properties 63

4.2 Pyridinium Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks 64

4.2.1 General Chemical Properties of Pyridinium Function 64

4.2.2 Function–Application Properties 65

4.2.3 Function–Structure Properties 71

References 72

5 Heterocyclic Azine Decorated Metal-Organic Frameworks 79

5.1 General Chemical Properties of Heterocyclic Azine Functions 79

5.2 Function–Application Properties 81

5.3 Function–Structure Properties 95

References 100

6 Heterocyclic Azole Decorated Metal-Organic Frameworks 107

6.1 General Chemical Properties of Heterocyclic Azole Functions 107

6.2 Function–Application Properties 108

6.3 Function–Structure Properties 118

References 125

7 Functional Metal–Organic Frameworks by Oxygen and Sulfur Based Functions 133

7.1 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Oxygen Based Functions 133

7.1.1 Function–Application Properties 133

7.1.2 Function–Structure Properties 140

7.2 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Sulfur Based Functions 142

7.2.1 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Thiol and Sulfide Functions 142

7.2.2 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Sulfonate-Sulfonic Acid Function 149

7.2.3 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Other S-Based Functions 155

References 156

8 Urea and Amide Decorated Metal-Organic Frameworks 165

8.1 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Amide Function 166

8.1.1 General Chemical Properties of Amide Function 166

8.1.2 Function–Application Properties 166

8.1.3 Function–Structure Properties 178

8.2 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Urea Function 180

8.2.1 General Chemical Properties of Urea Function 180

8.2.2 Function–Application Properties 182

8.2.3 Structure–Function Properties 186

8.3 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Squaramide Function 189

References 192

9 Carbonyl, Carboxy and Imide Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks 201

9.1 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Carbonyl Function 201

9.1.1 General Chemical Properties of Carbonyl Functional Group 201

9.1.2 Function–Application Properties 202

9.1.3 Function–Structure Properties 206

9.2 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Carboxy Function 207

9.2.1 General Chemical Properties of Carboxy Function 207

9.2.2 Synthesis of Functionalized Metal-Organic Frameworks with Free Carboxy Function 208

9.2.3 Function–Application Properties 209

9.2.4 Function–Structure Properties 213

9.3 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Imide Function 216

9.3.1 General Chemical Properties of Imide Function 216

9.3.2 Function–Application Properties 218

References 224

10 Fluorine and Phosphonate Functional Metal–Organic Frameworks 231

10.1 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Phosphonic Acid/Phosphonate Functions 231

10.2 Functionalized Metal–Organic Frameworks by Fluorine Function 233

References 234

Index 239

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Ali Morsali Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran.

Sayed Ali Akbar Razavi Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran.
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