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Metal-organic frameworks as potential shock absorbers: the case of the highly flexible MIL-53(Al)

(2014) CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 50(67). p.9462-9464
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The mechanical energy absorption ability of the highly flexible; MIL-53(Al) MOF material was explored using a combination of; experiments and molecular simulations. A pressure-induced transition; between the large pore and the closed pore forms of this solid; was revealed to be irreversible and associated with a relatively large; energy absorption capacity. Both features make MIL-53(Al) the first; potential MOF candidate for further use as a shock absorber.
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STRUCTURAL TRANSITION, PRESSURE, COMPUTATIONAL EXPLORATION, GUEST, WATER, MOFS

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Yot, PG, Z Boudene, J Macia, D Granier, Louis Vanduyfhuys, Toon Verstraelen, Veronique Van Speybroeck, et al. 2014. “Metal-organic Frameworks as Potential Shock Absorbers: The Case of the Highly Flexible MIL-53(Al).” Chemical Communications 50 (67): 9462–9464.
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Yot, P., Boudene, Z., Macia, J., Granier, D., Vanduyfhuys, L., Verstraelen, T., Van Speybroeck, V., et al. (2014). Metal-organic frameworks as potential shock absorbers: the case of the highly flexible MIL-53(Al). CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 50(67), 9462–9464.
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Yot P, Boudene Z, Macia J, Granier D, Vanduyfhuys L, Verstraelen T, et al. Metal-organic frameworks as potential shock absorbers: the case of the highly flexible MIL-53(Al). CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2014;50(67):9462–4.
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Yot, PG, Z Boudene, J Macia, et al. “Metal-organic Frameworks as Potential Shock Absorbers: The Case of the Highly Flexible MIL-53(Al).” CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 50.67 (2014): 9462–9464. Print.
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  abstract     = {The mechanical energy absorption ability of the highly flexible; MIL-53(Al) MOF material was explored using a combination of; experiments and molecular simulations. A pressure-induced transition; between the large pore and the closed pore forms of this solid; was revealed to be irreversible and associated with a relatively large; energy absorption capacity. Both features make MIL-53(Al) the first; potential MOF candidate for further use as a shock absorber.},
  author       = {Yot, PG and Boudene, Z and Macia, J and Granier, D and Vanduyfhuys, Louis and Verstraelen, Toon and Van Speybroeck, Veronique and Devic, T and Serre, C and Ferey, G and Stock, N and Maurin, G},
  issn         = {1359-7345},
  journal      = {CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {67},
  pages        = {9462--9464},
  title        = {Metal-organic frameworks as potential shock absorbers: the case of the highly flexible MIL-53(Al)},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c4cc03853c},
  volume       = {50},
  year         = {2014},
}

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