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METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS WITH HETEROGENEOUS STRUCTURES
A unique book that sheds light on Metal-Organic Frameworks complex systems that often display behaviors that surprise and cannot be easily described.
In this book, MOF-based heterostructures technology with key characteristics is completely analyzed and the current state-of-the-art is discussed. The authors focus on the complex heterostructures promoted by MOFs with advantage of their recent new advances for various applications with particular emphasis on their design. As an extension of the design and synthesis, the shaping technology of heterostructure MOFs is also of great significance to the future practical applications in industry (adsorption/desorption, gas storage, catalysis, conductivity, optical activity) of this class of complex porous materials. As this unique book covers all of the aspects of complexity in MOFs with heterogeneous structures, it serves as an essential reference to the concepts of introducing complexity to designing the future new platforms of materials with advanced and superior properties.
This important compact book provides the reader with:
The principal aspects of heterogeneity that produce complexity in MOFs, their effects in the structure chemistry, performance and applications
The effects of complexities on the structure of metal-organic frameworks
The roles of complexities on metal-organic frameworks applications
Explanation of synthesis strategies of the complex heterostructure MOFs.
This book will be beneficial for chemists, materials engineers, advanced postgraduate and graduate students, researchers and specialists who are working in the area of materials design and their chemistry, porous crystalline materials, coordination polymers, hybrid and functional materials, as well as industry professionals, such as those working on selective catalysis and adsorption-separation, optics, gas capture, processes of biological and pharmaceutical.
Ali Morsali is Master in inorganic chemistry at Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. He obtained his PhD in 2003 in inorganic chemistry from the same university. He has published more than 400 articles in international journals as well as 5 patents and published 4 books under the Wiley-Scrivener imprint. He has received numerous national awards. Amongst his research interests are coordination chemistry and metal-organic frameworks.
Kayhaneh Berijani earned her PhD in inorganic chemistry from the University of Zanjan. After graduating, she worked as a postdoctoral researcher with Prof. Ali Morsali on chiral MOFs field at Tarbiat Modares University. Her current research interests are chiral metal-organic frameworks, green chemistry, chiral materials and asymmetric processes.
For the first time, in this book, a new view of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) has been presented: MOFs with heterogeneous structures. In this field, there are different levels of understanding we need to consider. So, the principal aspects of heterogeneity that produce complexity in MOFs, their effects in the structure chemistry, performance and applications have been thoroughly reported. According to that there is no book that covers whole of the aspects of complexity in MOFs with heterogeneous structures, our findings can be as essential concepts with introducing complexity to design the new platforms of materials with advanced and better properties in the future.
List of Illustrations vii
List of Tables xv
List of Schemes xvii
1 Introduction: A Brief Introduction About Metal-Organic Frameworks 1
1.1 Metal-Organic Frameworks 1
1.2 Conclusion 8
2 Metal-Organic Frameworks Complexity 13
2.1 Perspectives on Complexity in MOFs 13
2.2 Conclusion 21
3 Complexity Based on LigandPart 1 27
3.1 Mixed Ligand 27
3.2 Conclusion 50
4 Complexity Based on LigandPart 2 57
4.1 Polytopic Linkers 57
4.2 Multi-Heterotopic Ligands 63
4.3 Conclusion 66
5 Complexity Based on Metal Node 71
5.1 Mixed Metal 71
5.2 Multiple SBUs 81
5.3 Conclusion 92
6 Complexity Based on Chiral FrameworkPart 1 105
6.1 Inherent Chirality 105
6.2 Direct Chirality 109
6.3 Conclusion 120
7 Complexity Based on Chiral FrameworkPart 2 127
7.1 Chiral-Template Synthesis 127
7.2 Post-Synthesis 131
7.3 Conclusion 144
8 Complexity Based on Structural Defects 149
8.1 Inherent Defect 149
8.2 Designed Defect 154
8.3 Conclusion 161
9 Complexity Based on Heterogeneous Pores 171
9.1 Heterogeneous Pores 171
9.2 Conclusion 178
10 Complexity Based on Mixed MOFs 185
10.1 Complex Mixed MOFs 185
10.2 Conclusion 192