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Highly oriented surface-growth and covalent dyelabeling of mesoporous metal–organic frameworks

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Abstract

Mesoporous amino-functionalized metal–organic framework thin films with the UiO-68 topology were grown in a highly oriented fashion on two different self-assembled monolayers on gold. The oriented MOF films were covalently modified with the fluorescent dye Rhodamine B inside the pore system, as demonstrated with size-selective fluorescence quenching studies. Our study suggests that mesoporous metal–organic frameworks are promising hosts for the covalent attachment of numerous functional moieties in a molecularly designed crystalline environment.

Graphical abstract: Highly oriented surface-growth and covalent dye labeling of mesoporous metal–organic frameworks

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Submitted
25 Nov 2011
Accepted
15 Jan 2012
First published
27 Feb 2012

Dalton Trans., 2012,41, 3899-3901
Article type
Communication

Highly oriented surface-growth and covalent dye labeling of mesoporous metal–organic frameworks

F. M. Hinterholzinger, S. Wuttke, P. Roy, T. Preuße, A. Schaate, P. Behrens, A. Godt and T. Bein, Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 3899
DOI: 10.1039/C2DT12265K

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