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New Alkaline-Earth Polymeric Frameworks as green materials for sorption and heterogeneous catalysis

AuthorsPlatero Prats, Ana Eva
Issue Date22-Nov-2011
AbstractMetal-Organic Frameworks (or MOFs) are porous organic-inorganic crystalline materials in which the metallic centers are joined through organic ligands via coordination bonds to give frameworks with different dimensionalities. The work presented in this thesis is focused on the obtaining of new MOFs using alkaline-earth elements as metal centers, which could represent a comparatively cheap, nontoxic and green alternative to conventional MOFs based on transition metals or rare-earth elements.The obtained materials have shown interesting properties like heterogeneous catalysis under mild conditions or selective sorption of organic compounds.
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