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Featured article: MOF the beaten track: unusual structures and uncommon applications of metal–organic frameworks

Following extensive investigation into the porosity of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) – which have proved themselves as a strong contender in the world of porous materials – the MOF community are now branching away from these heavily researched areas, and venturing into unexplored avenues. This review takes a sidestep away from increasingly ‘traditional’ approaches in the field, and details some of the more curious qualities of this relatively young family of materials. Read the full article here

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  1. Content type: Review


    Authors: Andrew SID Lang and Jean-Claude Bradley

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Chemistry Central Journal publishes peer-reviewed open-access articles in all areas of chemistry. The journal comprises nine subject sections:

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R. Stephen Berry is James Franck Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus in Chemistry at the University of Chicago.

Research interests include the study of protein folding and interaction, atomic collisions, thermodynamics, efficient use of energy resources, nanoscale particle behavior, and intellectual property and electronic scientific communication.

King Kuok (Mimi) Hii is Professor of Catalysis at Imperial College London.

Research interests include the development of catalytic methodologies for atom- and step-efficient synthesis.


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