The Chemistry of Metal-Organic Frameworks, 2 Volume Set: Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications, Volume 1

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Stefan Kaskel
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 13, 2016 - Science - 904 pages
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VOLUME 1 1 Introduction 2 Network Topology PART I: MOF CHEMISTRY OF METALLIC CLUSTERS AND OTHER NODES 3 Reticular Chemistry of Metal-Organic Frameworks Composed of Copper and Zinc Metal Oxide Secondary Building Units as Nodes 4 Alkaline Earth Metal-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications 5 Synthesis, Structure, and Selected Properties of Aluminum-, Gallium-, and Indium-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks 6 Group 4 Metals as Secondary Building Units: Ti, Zr, and Hf-based MOFs 7 Iron and Groups V- and VI-based MOFs 8 Platinum Group Metal-Organic Frameworks 9 Group 3 Elements and Lanthanide Metals PART II: FUNCTIONAL LINKERS 10 Extended Linkers for Ultrahigh Surface Area Metal-Organic 11 Porous Metal Azolate Frameworks 12 Functional Linkers for Catalysis 13 Chiral Linker Systems 14 Functional Linkers for Electron-Conducting MOFs 15 Linkers with Optical Functionality VOLUME 2 PART III: SPECIAL MOF CLASSES AND MORPHOLOGY DESIGN OF MOFS 16 Nanoparticles 17 SURMOFs: Liquid-Phase Epitaxy of Metal-Organic Frameworks on Surfaces 18 Granulation and Shaping of Metal-Organic Frameworks PART IV PROGRESS IN ADVANCED CHARACTERIZATION OF MOFS 19 Adsorption Methodology 20 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Metal-Organic Frameworks 21 Electron Paramagnetic Resonance 22 IR and Raman Spectroscopies Probing MOFs Structure, Defectivity, and Reactivity 23 In Situ X-ray Diffraction and XAS Methods 24 In Situ Studies of the Crystallization of Metal-Organic Frameworks 25 Role of Molecular Simulations in the Field of MOFs 26 Defects and Disorder in MOFs Appendix A: MOF Suppliers Appendix B: Datasheet
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Reticular Chemistry of MetalOrganic Frameworks Composed
43
Synthesis
73
Synthesis Structure and Selected Properties of Aluminum Gallium
105
Ti Zr and Hfbased
137
Iron and Groups V and VIbased MOFs
171
Platinum Group MetalOrganic Frameworks
203
Polymers
225
Department of Chemistry and Mathieu Bosch
xxi
Special MOF Classes and Morphology Design
493
LiquidPhase Epitaxy of MetalOrganic Frameworks
523
Reticular Chemistry of MetalOrganic Frameworks Composed
532
Granulation and Shaping of MetalOrganic Frameworks
551
Progress in Advanced Characterization of MOFs
573
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of MetalOrganic Frameworks
607
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
629

Group 3 Elements and Lanthanide Metals
231
Functional Linkers
271
Porous Metal Azolate Frameworks
309
Functional Linkers for Catalysis
345
Chiral Linker Systems
387
Functional Linkers for ElectronConducting MOFs
421
Linkers with Optical Functionality
463
Contents to Volume 2
vi
List of Contributors
xiii
IR and Raman Spectroscopies Probing MOFs Structure Defectivity
657
In Situ Xray Diffraction and XAS Methods
691
In Situ Studies of the Crystallization of MetalOrganic
729
Role of Molecular Simulations in the Field of MOFs
765
Defects and Disorder in MOFs
795
MOF Suppliers
823
Synthesis
833
Ti Zr and Hfbased
848
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Stefan Kaskel is the Head of the Inorganic Chemistry Department at Technical University Dresden, Germany, and Head of the Business Unit Chemical Surface and Reaction Technology at Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology (IWS) in Dresden. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Tübingen, Germany, in 1997. He then was a Feodor Lynen Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation at Iowa State University, Ames (USA), working with John D. Corbett (1998 to 2000). He did his habilitation with Ferdi Schüth at the MPI für Kohlenforschung in Mülheim a.d. Ruhr(Germany, 2000 - 2003) and was a group leader at this institute from 2002 to 2004. He was appointed full Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the TU Dresden in June 2004. His research is focused on porous and nanostructured materials. He has coordinated the German MOF program from 2008 to 2014, with 36 German MOF groups involved and is Head of the DECHEMA task group on Metal-Organic Frameworks initiating the European MOF Conference Series (EuroMOF). He has authored more than 250 scientific publications and more than 40 patents.

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