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Phosphonate Monoesters as Carboxylate-like Linkers for Metal Organic Frameworks.

07:20 EDT 23rd July 2014 | BioPortfolio

Summary of "Phosphonate Monoesters as Carboxylate-like Linkers for Metal Organic Frameworks."

Bidentate phosphonate monoesters are analogues of popular dicarboxylate linkers in MOFs, but with an alkoxy tether close to the coordinating site. Herein, we report 3-D MOF materials based upon phosphonate monoester linkers. Cu(1,4-benzenediphosphonate bis(monoalkyl ester), CuBDPR, with an ethyl tether is nonporous; however, the methyl tether generates an isomorphous framework that is porous and captures CO(2) with a high isosteric heat of adsorption of 45 kJ mol(-1). Computational modeling reveals that the CO(2) uptake is extremely sensitive both to the flexing of the structure and to the orientation of the alkyl tether.

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Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary , Calgary T2N 1N4, Canada.

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Name: Journal of the American Chemical Society
ISSN: 1520-5126
Pages: 20048-51

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