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Porous coordination pillared layer networks: Hysteretic gas adsorption and functionalization for superior CO2 uptake
Porous coordination polymers (PCPs) are crystals holding pore sizes and shapes with tremendous capabilities for carbon capture based on adsorption. Coordination pillared layer networks, with copper as central node, Cu2+-CPL-n, ...
Flexible titanium silicate porous materials for selective carbon dioxide adsorption
Flexible titanium silicates are Zorite-like synthetic materials in which their framework atoms’ configuration exhibits mixed oxides containing tetrahedrally coordinated silicon and squaredpyramidal/octahedral titanium ...
Silicoaluminophosphate nanoporous materials for carbon dioxide adsorption at low concentration
The incorporation of extraframework Sr2+ and Ba2+ cations onto silicoaluminophosphate (SAPO-34) zeolitic materials has been proven to influence their adsorptive properties. In this study, three approaches were employed to ...