Functional Metal-Organic Frameworks: Structure, Properties and Applications

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 13, 2021 - Science - 256 pages

Owing to the extensive interest in construction of functional metal organic frameworks (FMOFs), this book discusses the roles of functional groups on the structure and application of metal organic frameworks (MOFs). The contents of the book are classified based on the structural and chemical properties of organic functions, in order to make readers able to compare the different effects of each function on the structure and application of the MOFs.

In each chapter, the chemical properties of applied functional groups are gathered to give deeper insight into the roles of organic functions in the structure and application of MOFs. In the function-application properties, the authors discuss how a functional group can dominate the host-guest chemistry of the MOFs and how this host-guest chemistry can expand the effectiveness and efficiency of the material in different fields of applications. Finally, function-structure properties are discussed. In function-application properties, it is discussed how a functional group can affect the topology, porosity, flexibility and stability of the framework. The features of this subject are novel and are presented for the first time.

 

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Contents

Amine Decorated MetalOrganic Frameworks
15
Azo and Azine Decorated MetalOrganic Frameworks
37
Imidazolium and Pyridinium Decorated MetalOrganic
55
Heterocyclic Azine Decorated MetalOrganic Frameworks
79
Heterocyclic Azole Decorated MetalOrganic Frameworks
107
Functional MetalOrganic Frameworks by Oxygen and Sulfur
133
Urea and Amide Decorated MetalOrganic Frameworks
165
Carbonyl Carboxy and Imide Functionalized MetalOrganic
201
Frameworks
231
Index
239
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This book is interesting to a diverse group of scientists, including chemists, materials scientists, chemical engineers and any scientist who is working on supramolecular chemistry of MOFs and designing functional materials.

Ali Morsali is Master in Inorganic Chemistry in Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. He obtained his PhD in 2003 in Inorganic Chemistry from the same university. He has published more than 400 articles in international journals as well as 5 patents. He has received numerous national awards. Amongst his research interests are coordination chemistry and metal-organic frameworks. He is the co-author of Main Group Metal Coordination Polymers and Pillared Metal-Organic Frameworks (Wiley-Scrivener 2017, 2019 respectively).

Sayed Ali Akbar Razavi received his BSc in pure chemistry in 2014 from Sharif University of Technology and his MSc in inorganic chemistry in 2017 from Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran. Currently, he is a PhD student under supervision of Prof. Ali Morsali. His research interest focuses on functional metal–organic frameworks.

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