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Synthesis and gas sorption properties of cupric microporous metal-organicframework based on 1,1′-ethynebenzene-3,3′, 5,5′-tetracarboxylate

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posted on 2023-02-06, 01:10 authored by Y X Hu, W W Zhang, Lifeng WangLifeng Wang, J F Bai
The synthesis, crystal structure, and sorption properties of [Cu2(EBTC)H2O2]·8H2O·DMF·DMSO(abbreviated as 1, EBTC=1,1′-ethynebenzene-3,3′, 5,5′-tetracarboxylate; DMF=N,N-dimethyl formamide; DMSO= dimethyl sulfoxide are reported. 1 features two kinds of cavities with a diameter of 0.85 nm and 0.85×2.15nm, which are enclosed respectively by six and twelve tetracarboxylate-bridged [Cu2(CO2)4] paddle-wheels and extended by the EBTC linkers into a three-dimensional 3D supramolecular structure with 1D channels accommodating the solvent molecules. It adopts the (3,4)-c net of fof (sqc 1575 topology, possesses very large solvent accessible pore volume which reaches 72.8% of the unit cell volume. After removal of the solvent molecules, the desolvated 1a exhibits permanent porosity verified by an N2 sorption isotherm with a Langmuir surface area of 2844 m2·g1 and Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) surface area of 1 852 m2·g-1. It displays significant uptake of gases (H2, CO2, CH4, C2H2) and relatively high adsorption enthalpies. Especially, it is notable that 1a exhibits the highest acetylene storage of 252 cm3·g-1 at 273 K under 1.0×105 Pa with higher adsorption enthalpy (34.5 kJ·mol-1 at the coverage of 1 mmol·g-1) among all porous metal-organic materials reported to date. CCDC: 744108.

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Journal

Chinese Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

Volume

29

Pagination

1471 - 1479

ISSN

1001-4861

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