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A regenerative metal–organic framework for reversible uptake of Cd(ii): from effective adsorption to in situ detection

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Abstract

An extraordinary metal–organic framework FJI-H9 with high adsorption and selectivity for the reversible uptake of Cd(II) has been developed. Further research indicates that such high absorption results from an unusual synergy from active sites and the confined cavity. In addition, fast detection of Cd(II) at low concentrations down to 10 ppm and in situ reconstruction of the used framework into a fresh one have also been successfully achieved.

Graphical abstract: A regenerative metal–organic framework for reversible uptake of Cd(ii): from effective adsorption to in situ detection

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Submitted
02 Mar 2016
Accepted
24 May 2016
First published
25 May 2016

This article is Open Access
All publication charges for this article have been paid for by the Royal Society of Chemistry

Chem. Sci., 2016,7, 5983-5988
Article type
Edge Article

A regenerative metal–organic framework for reversible uptake of Cd(II): from effective adsorption to in situ detection

H. Xue, Q. Chen, F. Jiang, D. Yuan, G. Lv, L. Liang, L. Liu and M. Hong, Chem. Sci., 2016, 7, 5983
DOI: 10.1039/C6SC00972G

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