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Themed collection Cooperative phenomena in framework materials

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Concluding remarks: Cooperative phenomena in framework materials

A brief summary and personal perspectives on the virtual Faraday Discussion: Cooperative Phenomena in Framework Materials (13–16 October 2020).

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Multi-stimulus linear negative expansion of a breathing M(O2CR)4-node MOF

Quartz-type MOF (Me2NH2)2[Cd(NO2BDC)2] (SHF-81) exhibits anisotropic breathing behaviour as single crystals in response to multiple stimuli.

Graphical abstract: Multi-stimulus linear negative expansion of a breathing M(O2CR)4-node MOF
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The state of the field: from inception to commercialization of metal–organic frameworks

We provide a brief overview of the state of the MOF field from their inception to their synthesis, potential applications, and finally, to their commercialization.

Graphical abstract: The state of the field: from inception to commercialization of metal–organic frameworks
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Inclusion of viologen cations leads to switchable metal–organic frameworks

A series of anionic zinc-based MOFs have been prepared and electron transfer reactions involving the viologen counter-cations studied.

Graphical abstract: Inclusion of viologen cations leads to switchable metal–organic frameworks
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Trends in the thermal stability of two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks

Here, we study the thermal stability of ten 2D covalent organic frameworks using a combination of variable-temperature X-ray diffraction, thermogravimetric analysis, diffuse reflectance infrared spectroscopy, and density-functional theory.

Graphical abstract: Trends in the thermal stability of two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks
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Influence of flexible side-chains on the breathing phase transition of pillared layer MOFs: a force field investigation

MOF-FF was fitted for flexible linkers and used to investigate the breathing phase transition of MOFs with flexible side-chains.

Graphical abstract: Influence of flexible side-chains on the breathing phase transition of pillared layer MOFs: a force field investigation
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The role of temperature and adsorbate on negative gas adsorption transitions of the mesoporous metal–organic framework DUT-49

Adsorption-induced contraction and negative gas adsorption in the mesoporous metal–organic framework DUT-49 for different gases and temperatures.

Graphical abstract: The role of temperature and adsorbate on negative gas adsorption transitions of the mesoporous metal–organic framework DUT-49
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Exploring the dynamics of Zr-based metal–organic frameworks containing mechanically interlocked molecular shuttles

MOFs UiO-68 and PCN-57, containing triphenylene linkers, were doped with a tetracarboxylate linker that contains a [2]rotaxane molecular shuttle, and VT CP MAS 13C SSNMR was used to explore the motion of the macrocyclic ring inside the cavities.

Graphical abstract: Exploring the dynamics of Zr-based metal–organic frameworks containing mechanically interlocked molecular shuttles
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Cooperative phenomenon of vapochromism and proton conduction of luminescent Pt(II) complexes for the visualisation of proton conductivity

The cooperative phenomenon between proton conduction and vapochromism of luminescent Pt(II) complexes, [PtCl(tpypy)]Cl and [PtCl(tpypyH)]Cl2, is reported.

Graphical abstract: Cooperative phenomenon of vapochromism and proton conduction of luminescent Pt(ii) complexes for the visualisation of proton conductivity
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Adsorber heat exchanger using Al-fumarate beads for heat-pump applications – a transport study

This paper describes the cost-efficient and scalable synthesis and shaping processes of Al(OH)-fumarate beads of various sizes appropriate for use in water Adsorption Heat-Pumps (AHPs).

Graphical abstract: Adsorber heat exchanger using Al-fumarate beads for heat-pump applications – a transport study
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Face-selective adsorption of a prochiral compound on the chiral pore-surface of a metal–macrocycle framework (MMF) directed towards stereoselective reactions

The chiral pore-surface of a porous metal–macrocycle framework face-selectively adsorbs a prochiral molecule with the aid of a supramolecular chiral auxiliary.

Graphical abstract: Face-selective adsorption of a prochiral compound on the chiral pore-surface of a metal–macrocycle framework (MMF) directed towards stereoselective reactions
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Crystal melting and vitrification behaviors of a three-dimensional nitrile-based metal–organic framework

A 3D porous MOF containing a tripodal nitrile ligand was found to show crystal melting at 271 °C and vitrification.

Graphical abstract: Crystal melting and vitrification behaviors of a three-dimensional nitrile-based metal–organic framework
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Function from configurational degeneracy in disordered framework materials

We develop the concepts of combinatorial mechanics, adaptive flexibility, and error-correcting codes as applications of disordered framework materials.

Graphical abstract: Function from configurational degeneracy in disordered framework materials
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Exploring cooperative porosity in organic cage crystals using in situ diffraction and molecular simulations

A porous organic cage crystal, α-CC2, shows unexpected adsorption of sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) in its cage cavities, which was investigated and rationalized using in situ diffraction and molecular simulations.

Graphical abstract: Exploring cooperative porosity in organic cage crystals using in situ diffraction and molecular simulations
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Atomistic insight in the flexibility and heat transport properties of the stimuli-responsive metal–organic framework MIL-53(Al) for water-adsorption applications using molecular simulations

Insight into the heat transport and water-adsorption properties of the flexible MIL-53(Al) is obtained using advanced molecular dynamics simulations.

Graphical abstract: Atomistic insight in the flexibility and heat transport properties of the stimuli-responsive metal–organic framework MIL-53(Al) for water-adsorption applications using molecular simulations
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Photoelectrochemical alcohol oxidation by mixed-linker metal–organic frameworks

This work showcases the first instance of cooperative photoelectrochemical oxidation within a chromophore/catalyst-incorporated metal–organic framework.

Graphical abstract: Photoelectrochemical alcohol oxidation by mixed-linker metal–organic frameworks
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Can 3D electron diffraction provide accurate atomic structures of metal–organic frameworks?

Structure determination by continuous rotation electron diffraction can be as feasible and accurate as single crystal X-ray diffraction without the need for large crystals.

Graphical abstract: Can 3D electron diffraction provide accurate atomic structures of metal–organic frameworks?
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Cooperative and synchronized rotation in motorized porous frameworks: impact on local and global transport properties of confined fluids

Simulations reveal the influence of rotating molecular motors and the importance of orientation and directionality for altering the transport properties of fluids. This has outlined that motors with specific rotation can generate directed diffusion.

Graphical abstract: Cooperative and synchronized rotation in motorized porous frameworks: impact on local and global transport properties of confined fluids
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Identifying the liquid and glassy states of coordination polymers and metal–organic frameworks

Melting, glass formation, amorphisation and crystallisation were confirmed in coordination polymers and metal–organic frameworks by differential scanning calorimetry.

Graphical abstract: Identifying the liquid and glassy states of coordination polymers and metal–organic frameworks
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MOF matrix isolation: cooperative conformational mobility enables reliable single crystal transformations

Preordering of the linker site and utilising framework flexibility are critical to achieving high levels of metal loading during post-synthetic metalation.

Graphical abstract: MOF matrix isolation: cooperative conformational mobility enables reliable single crystal transformations
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Molecular motion in the nanospace of MOFs upon gas adsorption investigated by in situ Raman spectroscopy

Molecular motions taking place in the nanospace of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are an interesting research subject, although not yet fully investigated.

Graphical abstract: Molecular motion in the nanospace of MOFs upon gas adsorption investigated by in situ Raman spectroscopy
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The micromechanical model to computationally investigate cooperative and correlated phenomena in metal–organic frameworks

Through the here introduced micromechanical equations of state, long-range dynamic phenomena in MOFs can be investigated starting from atomistic information.

Graphical abstract: The micromechanical model to computationally investigate cooperative and correlated phenomena in metal–organic frameworks
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Advanced characterisation techniques: multi-scale, in situ, and time-resolved: general discussion

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Novel computational tools: general discussion

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Towards complex systems and devices: general discussion

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Materials breaking the rules: general discussion

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About this collection

We are delighted to share with you a selection of the papers associated with a Faraday Discussion on Cooperative phenomena. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/framework-fd2020. Additional articles will be added to the collection as they are published. The final versions of all the articles presented and a record of the live discussions will be published after the event.

There has been exponential growth in the number of nanoporous framework materials reported in the scientific literature over recent years, with thousands of new metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), covalent organic frameworks (COFs), molecular framework materials, inorganic framework materials, and supramolecular frameworks. These novel families of materials open up new horizons in practically all branches of engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine.

This topic combines both fundamental and applied aspects. The Faraday Discussion format, with its unique focus on open and spirited discussion between key players, will give the community an unparalleled opportunity to identify the open questions and challenges in the field, which is still being shaped as it grows, as well as the best ways to address them.

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