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Issue 45, 2013

A molybdenum diphosphonate network structure exhibiting reversible dehydration and selective uptake of methanol

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Abstract

A new molybdenum diphosphonate network structure has been prepared and structurally characterised. It shows reversible dehydration, which occurs with a structural change. The dehydrated material is able to adsorb methanol but not ethanol.

Graphical abstract: A molybdenum diphosphonate network structure exhibiting reversible dehydration and selective uptake of methanol

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Submitted
18 Mar 2013
Accepted
15 Apr 2013
First published
24 Apr 2013

CrystEngComm, 2013,15, 9301-9303
Article type
Communication

A molybdenum diphosphonate network structure exhibiting reversible dehydration and selective uptake of methanol

A. A. Ayi, A. D. Burrows, M. F. Mahon and V. M. Sebestyen, CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 9301 DOI: 10.1039/C3CE40484F

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