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Issue 18, 2018
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Multicomponent metal–organic framework derivatives for optimizing the selective catalytic performance of styrene epoxidation reaction

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Abstract

Multicomponent metal–organic framework (MOF) derivatives have attracted strong interest in energy and environmental fields. However, most of the papers focus on single MOF derivatives; reports on multicomponent MOF derivatives and their catalytic studies are relatively few. Here, we report an easy-to-operate strategy to obtain multicomponent MOF derivatives by treating multicomponent MOFs under a suitable gas atmosphere and at high temperature. We used ZIF-67 as a template to introduce Zn and successfully obtained multicomponent MOFs. After carbonization, the multicomponent MOF derivatives with Co and CoO nanoparticles exhibit higher conversion of styrene (≈99%), higher selectivity (≈70%) and better stability compared to MOFs and single component MOF derivatives.

Graphical abstract: Multicomponent metal–organic framework derivatives for optimizing the selective catalytic performance of styrene epoxidation reaction

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Submitted
14 Feb 2018
Accepted
04 Apr 2018
First published
13 Apr 2018

Nanoscale, 2018,10, 8772-8778
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Multicomponent metal–organic framework derivatives for optimizing the selective catalytic performance of styrene epoxidation reaction

J. Hui, H. Chu, W. Zhang, Y. Shen, W. Chen, Y. Hu, W. Liu, C. Gao, S. Guo, G. Xiao, S. Li, Y. Fu, D. Fan, W. Zhang and F. Huo, Nanoscale, 2018, 10, 8772
DOI: 10.1039/C8NR01336E

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