This important, well studied MOF presents a remarkable adsorption capacity for acetylene at almost 50 times its compression limit for safe storage. It also displays high thermal stability and a potential for selective gas separations by size exclusion.
CuBTC (HKUST-1) can contain up to 10 additional water molecules per formula unit which can easily be removed thus leaving the framework with unsaturated open metal sites without loss of crystallinity and porosity. This widely studied MOF has a higher CO2 capacity than for any other MOF investigated.
One of the few commercially available MOFs and one of the most studied due to its hydrophobic behaviour together with remarkable chemical and thermal stability. It also exhibits elevated gas uptake (including H2, CO2, O2, N2 and CH4) and high selectivity.
Non-hazardous, this MOF exhibits extraordinary thermal stability and high surface area (above 900 m2/g). Also offers hydrothermal stability and hydrophilicity allowing its use in heat exchangers and in sorption-based heat transformation applications.
ZIF-67 exhibits extremely high surface area (ca. 1800 m2/g) and remarkable chemical and thermal stability up to 450 °C.
It has shown high H2 and CO2 gas uptake capacities and can potentially be used as preferential CO2 adsorbent and seed for gas separation membranes.
Presents a strong affinity to water with reported vapour isotherms that are comparable to activated carbons, H-KUST-1 or Zeolite 13X. Also an efficient CO2 capture media with values higher than any other MOF.
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