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Cerium-based metal organic frameworks with UiO-66 architecture: synthesis, properties and redox catalytic activity

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A series of nine Ce(IV)-based metal organic frameworks with the UiO-66 structure containing linker molecules of different sizes and functionalities were obtained under mild synthesis conditions and short reaction times. Thermal and chemical stabilities were determined and a Ce-UiO-66-BDC/TEMPO system was successfully employed for the aerobic oxidation of benzyl alcohol.

Graphical abstract: Cerium-based metal organic frameworks with UiO-66 architecture: synthesis, properties and redox catalytic activity

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Submitted
30 Mar 2015
Accepted
02 Jul 2015
First published
02 Jul 2015

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Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 12578-12581
Article type
Communication
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Cerium-based metal organic frameworks with UiO-66 architecture: synthesis, properties and redox catalytic activity

M. Lammert, M. T. Wharmby, S. Smolders, B. Bueken, A. Lieb, K. A. Lomachenko, D. D. Vos and N. Stock, Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 12578
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC02606G

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