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Laboratory-based separation techniques for insoluble compound mixtures: methods for the purification of metal–organic framework materials

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In this article, techniques for separating mixtures of insoluble compounds are discussed with respect to the small quantities found in laboratory preparations, as opposed to industrial quantities. The techniques include separations based on density, surface area and differences in particle size. Also discussed are simple apparatus, readily available in the laboratory or from commercial suppliers, for achieving these techniques.

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Submitted
15 Feb 2011
Accepted
04 Apr 2011
First published
03 May 2011

Dalton Trans., 2011,40, 7122-7126
Article type
Frontier

Laboratory-based separation techniques for insoluble compound mixtures: methods for the purification of metal–organic framework materials

T. D. Keene, D. J. Price and C. J. Kepert, Dalton Trans., 2011, 40, 7122
DOI: 10.1039/C1DT10251F

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