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Carbon Capture and Storage Workshop, Texas A&M University in Qatar
  • ISSN: 2220-2765
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Abstract

Abstract

The ability to rationally design materials for specific applications and synthesize materials to these exact specifications at the molecular level makes it possible to make a huge impact in carbon dioxide capture applications. Recently, advanced porous materials, in particular metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and porous polymer networks (PPNs) have shown tremendous potential for this and related applications because they have high adsorption selectivities and record breaking gas uptake capacities. By appending chemical functional groups to the surface of these materials it is possible to tune gas molecule specific interactions. The results presented herein are a summary of the fundamentals of synthesizing several MOF and PPN series through applying structure property relationships.

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2012-12-19
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  • Article Type: Review Article
Keyword(s): carbon dioxide capture , gas separation , metal-organic frameworks and porous materials
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