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Issue 20, 2012
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Metal–organic frameworks as scaffolds for the encapsulation of active species: state of the art and future perspectives

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Abstract

The use of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) for the encapsulation of different active entities is thoroughly reviewed. Either by following ship in a bottle or bottle around a ship approaches, active species can be encapsulated in the porous framework of different MOFs. Encapsulated species vary from polymers to organometallics and from polyoxometalates to metal nanoparticles and metal oxides. The main advantages and limitations of the use of MOFs together with the synthetic approaches followed are evaluated.

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Submitted
31 Oct 2011
Accepted
12 Dec 2011
First published
24 Jan 2012

J. Mater. Chem., 2012,22, 10102-10118
Article type
Feature Article

Metal–organic frameworks as scaffolds for the encapsulation of active species: state of the art and future perspectives

J. Juan-Alcañiz, J. Gascon and F. Kapteijn, J. Mater. Chem., 2012, 22, 10102
DOI: 10.1039/C2JM15563J

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