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A highly stable triazole functionalized metal organic framework integrated with exposed metal sites for selective CO2 capture and conversion.

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Summary of "A highly stable triazole functionalized metal organic framework integrated with exposed metal sites for selective CO2 capture and conversion."

A new triazole functionalized tetracarboxylic acid ligand (H4L) has been synthesized and utilized for the fabrication of a 3D Zn(II) organic framework with a Zn4(-COO)6 cluster as the SBU. The framework exhibits very good thermal stability and consist of dual functionalities of exposed Lewis-acid metal sites and accessible nitrogen-donor Lewis basic sites. The Lewis basic nitrogen sites into the framework serves as CO2 binding sites for highly selective CO2 capture and the presence of exposed Lewis-acid metal sites into the framework makes it an efficient heterogeneous catalyst for chemical fixation of CO2 into value added cyclic carbonates under ambient conditions.

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Name: Chemistry (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany)
ISSN: 1521-3765
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