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A supramolecular porous material comprising Fe(ii) mesocates

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Abstract

The dinuclear mesocate [Fe2L3](BF4)4, 1, is a supramolecular building block for a microporous material. Structural analysis reveals that extensive noncovalent interactions in the solid state generate a 3D framework with microporous channels. These channels are permanently accessible to incoming guest molecules and adsorption isotherms demonstrate that the material has a high selectivity for CO2 over N2.

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Submitted
06 Sep 2018
Accepted
05 Nov 2018
First published
07 Nov 2018

This article is Open Access

Chem. Commun., 2018,54, 13391-13394
Article type
Communication

A supramolecular porous material comprising Fe(II) mesocates

B. H. Wilson, H. S. Scott, O. T. Qazvini, S. G. Telfer, C. Mathonière, R. Clérac and P. E. Kruger, Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 13391
DOI: 10.1039/C8CC07227B

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