Metal−Organic Framework with Rationally Tuned Micropores for Selective Adsorption of Water over Methanol
datasetposted on 07.07.2008 by Banglin Chen, Yanyan Ji, Ming Xue, Frank R. Fronczek, Eric J. Hurtado, Jalal U. Mondal, Chengdu Liang, Sheng Dai
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A microporous metal−organic framework 1, Cu(R-GLA-Me)(4,4′-Bipy)0.5·0.55H2O (R-GLA-Me = R-2-methylglutarate, 4,4′-Bipy = 4,4′-bipyridine), with a primitive cubic net was synthesized and characterized. With pores of about 2.8 × 3.6 Å, the activated 1a exhibits exclusive adsorption of water over methanol in a binary water−methanol (1:1) liquid mixture.