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Title: Toxic gas removal – metal–organic frameworks for the capture and degradation of toxic gases and vapours
Authors: Barea Martínez, Elisa
Montoro Cano, Carmen
Rodríguez Navarro, Jorge Andrés
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: The release of anthropogenic toxic pollutants into the atmosphere is a worldwide threat of growing concern. In this regard, it is possible to take advantage of the high versatility of MOFs materials in order to develop new technologies for environmental remediation purposes. Consequently, one of the main scientific challenges to be achieved in the field of MOF research should be to maximize the performance of these solids towards the sensing, capture and catalytic degradation of harmful gases and vapors by means of a rational control of size and reactivity of the pore walls that are directly accessible to guest molecules.
Sponsorship: The authors are grateful for the generous support by the Spanish Ministries of Economy (project: CTQ2011-22787) and Defense (COINCIDENTE Program) as well as Junta de Andalucia (P09-FQM-4981).
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Keywords: Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs)
Anthropogenic toxic pollutants
Organic compounds
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/46936
ISSN: 0306-0012
Citation: Barea Martínez, E.; Montoro Cano, C.; Rodríguez Navarro, J.A. Toxic gas removal – metal–organic frameworks for the capture and degradation of toxic gases and vapours, Chemical Society Reviews, 16: 5419-5430 (2014). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/46936]
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