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Formation of a quasi-solid structure by intercalated noble gas atoms in pores of CuI-MFU-4l metal–organic framework

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The primary adsorption sites for Kr and Xe within the large-pore metal–organic framework CuI-MFU-4l have been investigated by high-resolution synchrotron powder diffraction, revealing an enormous number of adsorption sites: in total, 10 crystallographically different positions for Xe and 8 positions for Kr were localized, the first five of which are located near metal atoms and the organic linker, and the remaining sites form a second adsorption layer in the pores.

Graphical abstract: Formation of a quasi-solid structure by intercalated noble gas atoms in pores of CuI-MFU-4l metal–organic framework

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Submitted
24 Sep 2014
Accepted
11 Nov 2014
First published
11 Nov 2014

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Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 714-717
Article type
Communication

Formation of a quasi-solid structure by intercalated noble gas atoms in pores of CuI-MFU-4l metal–organic framework

O. V. Magdysyuk, D. Denysenko, I. Weinrauch, D. Volkmer, M. Hirscher and R. E. Dinnebier, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 714
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC07554D

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