Magnesium Exchanged Zirconium Metal–Organic Frameworks with Improved Detoxification Properties of Nerve Agents
datasetposted on 2019-07-23, 14:38 authored by Rodrigo Gil-San-Millan, Elena López-Maya, Ana E. Platero-Prats, Virginia Torres-Pérez, Pedro Delgado, Adam W. Augustyniak, Min Kun Kim, Hae Wan Lee, Sam Gon Ryu, Jorge A. R. Navarro
UiO-66, MOF-808 and NU-1000 metal–organic frameworks exhibit a differentiated reactivity toward [Mg(OMe)2(MeOH)2]4 related to their pore accessibility. Microporous UiO-66 remains unchanged while mesoporous MOF-808 and hierarchical micro/mesoporous NU-1000 materials yield doped systems containing exposed MgZr5O2(OH)6 clusters in the mesoporous cavities. This modification is responsible for a remarkable enhancement of the catalytic activity toward the hydrolytic degradation of P–F and P–S bonds of toxic nerve agents, at room temperature, in unbuffered aqueous solutions.
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