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Metal Organic Frameworks (MOF) Raw Materials

 Porous metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) (other name: porous coordination polymers (PCPs)) have attracted wide scientific attention for the potential application to gas storage, gas separation, catalysis and nanospace engineering.1) MOFs (PCPs) are constructed mainly by coordination bonds between metal cations and multidentate ligands. Their specificities depend on the pore shape, size, and chemical environments of the voids or channels. Kitagawa et al. have reported the first utilization of a MOF as an electrocatalyst for oxidation of ethanol to aldehyde, for which the potential was comparable with Pt-based catalysts.2)

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