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Vanadium analogues of nonfunctionalized and amino-functionalized MOFs with MIL-101 topology: synthesis, characterization, and gas sorption properties

Shyam Prosad Biswas UGent, Sarah Couck, Maciecj Grzywa, Joeri FM Denayer, Dirk Volkmer and Pascal Van Der Voort UGent (2012) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. p.2481-2486
abstract
Syntheses, characterization, and gas sorption properties of two new vanadium-based metalorganic frameworks [V3OCl(DMF)2(BDC)3].3.1DMF.10H2O.0.1BDC (VMIL-101 or 1) and [V3OCl(DMF)2(BDCNH2)3].2.8DMF.H2O.0.1BDCNH2 (VMIL-101NH2 or 2) (DMF = N,N'-dimethylformamide; BDC = terephthalate; BDCNH2 = 2-aminoterephthalate) having MIL-101 topology are presented. Compounds 1 and 2 were prepared under similar solvothermal conditions (150 degrees C, 24 h) in DMF by using VCl3 and H2BDC or H2BDCNH2, respectively. Determination of lattice parameters from X-ray powder diffraction (XRPD) patterns of thermally activated compounds revealed their structural similarity with chromium-, iron-, and aluminum-based solids having two types of mesoporous cages and accessible metal sites. The phase purity of the compounds was ascertained by XRPD analysis, diffuse reflectance Fourier transform (DRIFT) spectroscopy, and elemental analysis. Thermogravimetric analyses (TGA) and temperature-dependent XRPD (TDXRPD) experiments indicate that the compounds are stable up to 320 and 240 degrees C, respectively, under an argon atmosphere. Removal of the guest DMF molecules by thermal activation enables the compounds to adsorb significant amounts of N2 (690 and 555 cm3/g at p/p0 = 1 for 1 and 2, respectively) and CO2 (9.0 and 4.3 mmol/g at 24.5 and 22.8 bar for 1 and 2, respectively).
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METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS, Gas adsorption, Amino functionali-zation, O ligands, Vanadium, Metal-organic frameworks, DRUG-DELIVERY, CATALYTIC-PROPERTIES, RETICULAR SYNTHESIS, OXIDATION, VANADOCARBOXYLATE, SOLIDS, MODELS, MIL-53, PORES
journal title
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.
issue
15
pages
2481 - 2486
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Article
Web of Science id
000303987800001
JCR category
CHEMISTRY, INORGANIC & NUCLEAR
JCR impact factor
3.12 (2012)
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11/43 (2012)
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2 (2012)
ISSN
1434-1948
DOI
10.1002/ejic.201200106
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GOA 01G00710
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English
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yes
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2135590
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2135590
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2012-06-07 10:26:34
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2012-06-25 09:27:33
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  abstract     = {Syntheses, characterization, and gas sorption properties of two new vanadium-based metalorganic frameworks [V3OCl(DMF)2(BDC)3].3.1DMF.10H2O.0.1BDC (VMIL-101 or 1) and [V3OCl(DMF)2(BDCNH2)3].2.8DMF.H2O.0.1BDCNH2 (VMIL-101NH2 or 2) (DMF = N,N'-dimethylformamide; BDC = terephthalate; BDCNH2 = 2-aminoterephthalate) having MIL-101 topology are presented. Compounds 1 and 2 were prepared under similar solvothermal conditions (150 degrees C, 24 h) in DMF by using VCl3 and H2BDC or H2BDCNH2, respectively. Determination of lattice parameters from X-ray powder diffraction (XRPD) patterns of thermally activated compounds revealed their structural similarity with chromium-, iron-, and aluminum-based solids having two types of mesoporous cages and accessible metal sites. The phase purity of the compounds was ascertained by XRPD analysis, diffuse reflectance Fourier transform (DRIFT) spectroscopy, and elemental analysis. Thermogravimetric analyses (TGA) and temperature-dependent XRPD (TDXRPD) experiments indicate that the compounds are stable up to 320 and 240 degrees C, respectively, under an argon atmosphere. Removal of the guest DMF molecules by thermal activation enables the compounds to adsorb significant amounts of N2 (690 and 555 cm3/g at p/p0 = 1 for 1 and 2, respectively) and CO2 (9.0 and 4.3 mmol/g at 24.5 and 22.8 bar for 1 and 2, respectively).},
  author       = {Biswas, Shyam Prosad and Couck, Sarah and Grzywa, Maciecj and Denayer, Joeri FM and Volkmer, Dirk and Van Der Voort, Pascal},
  issn         = {1434-1948},
  journal      = {EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY},
  keyword      = {METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS,Gas adsorption,Amino functionali-zation,O ligands,Vanadium,Metal-organic frameworks,DRUG-DELIVERY,CATALYTIC-PROPERTIES,RETICULAR SYNTHESIS,OXIDATION,VANADOCARBOXYLATE,SOLIDS,MODELS,MIL-53,PORES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {15},
  pages        = {2481--2486},
  title        = {Vanadium analogues of nonfunctionalized and amino-functionalized MOFs with MIL-101 topology: synthesis, characterization, and gas sorption properties},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ejic.201200106},
  year         = {2012},
}

Chicago
Biswas, Shyam Prosad, Sarah Couck, Maciecj Grzywa, Joeri FM Denayer, Dirk Volkmer, and Pascal Van Der Voort. 2012. “Vanadium Analogues of Nonfunctionalized and Amino-functionalized MOFs with MIL-101 Topology: Synthesis, Characterization, and Gas Sorption Properties.” European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (15): 2481–2486.
APA
Biswas, S. P., Couck, S., Grzywa, M., Denayer, J. F., Volkmer, D., & Van Der Voort, P. (2012). Vanadium analogues of nonfunctionalized and amino-functionalized MOFs with MIL-101 topology: synthesis, characterization, and gas sorption properties. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, (15), 2481–2486.
Vancouver
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Biswas SP, Couck S, Grzywa M, Denayer JF, Volkmer D, Van Der Voort P. Vanadium analogues of nonfunctionalized and amino-functionalized MOFs with MIL-101 topology: synthesis, characterization, and gas sorption properties. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 2012;(15):2481–6.
MLA
Biswas, Shyam Prosad, Sarah Couck, Maciecj Grzywa, et al. “Vanadium Analogues of Nonfunctionalized and Amino-functionalized MOFs with MIL-101 Topology: Synthesis, Characterization, and Gas Sorption Properties.” EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 15 (2012): 2481–2486. Print.