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L-proline Functionalized Modualted Zr-MOFs for the aldol reaction

Xiao Feng UGent, Himanshu Jena UGent, Karen Leus UGent, Guangbo Wang UGent, Judith Ouwehand UGent and Pascal Van Der Voort UGent (2018)
abstract
Coordination modulation, a term coined in 2009 by the group of Kitagawa[1], uses mono-functional modulators (e.g. monocarboxylic acids) as competitive coordination agents in synthesis of metal organic frameworks (MOFs). Modulators not only regulate the pore size and morphology of MOFs crystals,[2] but also promote the formation of defects, which in turn allows for sophisticated tuning of their stability, reactivity, porosity, and thermomechanical behaviour.[3] Multifunctional modulators, which is monocarboxylic acid with other functionalized groups, are used as a strategy to create highly active and functionalized catalysts. Zr-based MOFs that are widely studied and regarded as one of the most promising MOFs materials for practical applications. [4] In this work, L-proline has been used as a chiral modulator for Zr-MOFs[5] aiming for introduction of chiral active sites on a Zr6-node. The L-proline modulated Zr-MOFs are characterized well and their reactivity for aldol reaction are explored. Notably, these modulated materials exhibit high catalytic activity for aldol reaction and high selectivity towards syn-product formation.
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Catalysis, Defects, Functionalized
conference name
docMOF 2018, A PhD-run Symposium
conference location
Raitenhaslach, Germany
conference start
2018-04-29
conference end
2018-05-02
language
English
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8562089
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8562089
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2018-05-17 11:14:09
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  abstract     = {Coordination modulation, a term coined in 2009 by the group of Kitagawa[1], uses mono-functional modulators (e.g. monocarboxylic acids) as competitive coordination agents in synthesis of metal organic frameworks (MOFs). Modulators not only regulate the pore size and morphology of MOFs crystals,[2] but also promote the formation of defects, which in turn allows for sophisticated tuning of their stability, reactivity, porosity, and thermomechanical behaviour.[3] Multifunctional modulators, which is monocarboxylic acid with other functionalized groups, are used as a strategy to create highly active and functionalized catalysts. Zr-based MOFs that are widely studied and regarded as one of the most promising MOFs materials for practical applications. [4] In this work, L-proline has been used as a chiral modulator for Zr-MOFs[5] aiming for introduction of chiral active sites on a Zr6-node. The L-proline modulated Zr-MOFs are characterized well and their reactivity for aldol reaction are explored. Notably, these modulated materials exhibit high catalytic activity for aldol reaction and high selectivity towards syn-product formation.
},
  author       = {Feng, Xiao and Jena, Himanshu and Leus, Karen and Wang, Guangbo and Ouwehand, Judith and Van Der Voort, Pascal},
  keyword      = {Catalysis,Defects,Functionalized},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Raitenhaslach, Germany},
  title        = {L-proline Functionalized Modualted Zr-MOFs for the aldol reaction},
  year         = {2018},
}

Chicago
Feng, Xiao, Himanshu Jena, Karen Leus, Guangbo Wang, Judith Ouwehand, and Pascal Van Der Voort. 2018. “L-proline Functionalized Modualted Zr-MOFs for the Aldol Reaction.” In .
APA
Feng, X., Jena, H., Leus, K., Wang, G., Ouwehand, J., & Van Der Voort, P. (2018). L-proline Functionalized Modualted Zr-MOFs for the aldol reaction. Presented at the docMOF 2018, A PhD-run Symposium.
Vancouver
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Feng X, Jena H, Leus K, Wang G, Ouwehand J, Van Der Voort P. L-proline Functionalized Modualted Zr-MOFs for the aldol reaction. 2018.
MLA
Feng, Xiao, Himanshu Jena, Karen Leus, et al. “L-proline Functionalized Modualted Zr-MOFs for the Aldol Reaction.” 2018. Print.