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Hydrogen adsorption experiments with IRMOF-3 as a sorbent, and the molecular modeling studies on the functionalized MOFs
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Hydrogen adsorption experiments with IRMOF-3 as a sorbent, and the molecular modeling studies on the functionalized MOFs
Lee, Eungsung; Oh, Youjin; Yoon, Jihye; Kim, Jaheon; Kim, DaeJin; Lee, Tae-Bum; Choi, Seung-Hoon; Lee, Jun; Cho, Sung June;
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 Abstract
To find out rational design and synthetic strategies toward efficient hydrogen storage materials, molecular modeling and quantum mechanical studies have been carried out on the MOFs(Metal-Organic Frameworks) having various organic linkers and nanocube frameworks. The calculation results about the free volume ratio, surface area, and electron density variation of the frameworks indicated that the capacity of the hydrogen storage of MOFs was largely dependent on the specific surface area and electron localization around benzene ring rather than the free volume of MOFs. The prediction of the modeling study could be supported by the hydrogen adsorption experiments using IRMOF-1 and -3, which showed more enhanced hydrogen storage capacities of IRMOF-3 compared with the IRMOF-1's at both experimental conditions, 77K, ∠ 1 atm and ambient temperature, ∠ 35 atm.
 Keywords
MOF;IRMOF-3;nanocube;hydrogen;storage;adsorption;modeling;
 Language
Korean
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