Synthesis of MOF having hydroxyl functional side groups and optimization of activation process for the maximization of its BET surface area
- Synthesis of MOF having hydroxyl functional side groups and optimization of activation process for the maximization of its BET surface area
- 김종식; Dong Ok Kim; Dong Wook Kim; Kil Sagong
- MOF; Postsynthetic modification; Organic-metal precursor; Hydroxyl functional side group; Activation process; CO2 supercritical drying
- Issue Date
- Journal of solid state chemistry
- VOL 197-265
- To accomplish the postsynthetic modification of MOF with organic-metal precursors (OMPs) described in our previous researches more efficiently, synthesis of MOF (HCC-2) possessing relatively larger pore size as well as higher number of hydroxyl functional side groups per its base unit than those of HCC-1 has been successfully conducted via adopting 1,4-di-(4-carboxy-2,6-dihydroxyphenyl)benzene as an organic ligand and Zn(NO3)(2)center dot 6H(2)O as a metal source, respectively. Also, optimization about the Activation process of HCC-2 was performed to maximize its BET (Brunauer-Emmett-Teller) surface area which was proved to be proportional to the number of exposed active sites on which its postsynthetic modification occurred. However, Activation process having been validated to be so effective with the acquirement of highly-purified HCC-1 (CO2 supercritical drying step followed by vacuum drying step) was less satisfactory with the case of HCC-2. This might be attributed to relatively higher hydrophilicity and bulkier molecular structure of organic ligand of HCC-2. However, it was readily settled by simple modification of above Activation process. Moreover, indispensable residues composed of both DMF and its thermally degraded derivatives which were chemically attached via coordination bond with hydroxyl functionalities even after Activation process III might enable their H-2 adsorption properties to be seriously debased compared to that of IRMOF-16 having no hydroxyl functionalities.
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