Selective CO2 adsorption and proton conductivity in the two-dimensional Zn(II) framework with protruded water molecules and flexible ether linkers

Title
Selective CO2 adsorption and proton conductivity in the two-dimensional Zn(II) framework with protruded water molecules and flexible ether linkers
Authors
방원주이우람유기천김봉수홍창섭
Keywords
CO2 adsorption; Proton conductivity; Supramolecular 3D network; Metal-organic framework
Issue Date
2013-06
Publisher
Dalton transactions
Citation
VOL 42, NO 22, 7850-7853
Abstract
A two-dimensional (2D) Zn(II) metal–organic framework with flexible aryl ether linkers and water molecules exposed to the pores was prepared. The supramolecular three-dimensional (3D) network is generated by the presence of extensive π–π contacts, which could be responsible for gas uptake. The water molecules and oxygen atoms from the flexible linkers create a polar environment within the integrated framework, leading to simultaneous selective CO2 adsorption and proton conductivity in the twodimensional Zn(II) framework.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/46191
ISSN
14779226
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