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Large breathing of the MOF MIL-47(VIV) under mechanical pressure: a joint experimental–modelling exploration

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A joint experimental–modelling study has demonstrated a large flexibility of the MIL-47(VIV) upon mechanical pressure which strongly deviates from its rigid behaviour in presence of guest molecules. A structural transition suspected by mercury intrusion and further confirmed by X-ray powder diffraction and molecular dynamics simulations, leads to a closed MIL-47(VIV) form never observed so far corresponding to a cell contraction of up to 43%. The microscopic key features that govern this transition are then elucidated from complementary Raman experiments.

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Submitted
30 Sep 2011
Accepted
20 Dec 2011
First published
20 Dec 2011

Chem. Sci., 2012,3, 1100-1104
Article type
Edge Article

Large breathing of the MOF MIL-47(VIV) under mechanical pressure: a joint experimental–modelling exploration

P. G. Yot, Q. Ma, J. Haines, Q. Yang, A. Ghoufi, T. Devic, C. Serre, V. Dmitriev, G. Férey, C. Zhong and G. Maurin, Chem. Sci., 2012, 3, 1100
DOI: 10.1039/C2SC00745B

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