High pressure CO2, CH4 and N2 adsorption on metalloporphyrin-based Solid Coordination Frameworks (SCFs)

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High pressure CO2, CH4 and N2 adsorption on metalloporphyrin-based Solid Coordination Frameworks (SCFs)


Published in: High pressure CO2, CH4 and N2 adsorption on metalloporphyrin-based Solid Coordination Frameworks (SCFs),
2016/09/15
Publisher URL: http://euchems-seville2016.eu/
Authors:
Arkaitz Fidalgo-Marijuan Gotzone Barandika Begoña Bazán Miren-Karmele Urtiaga María Isabel Arriortua
Abstract:

Solid Coordination Frameworks (SCFs) have emerged as an interesting class of new materials that can be constructed from a variety of molecular complexes.1 In this context, metalloporphyrin complexes play an important role in natural systems, carrying out essential functions in photosynthesis, oxygen transport, electron carrier and catalytic reactions.2 Our research group has a large experience in the synthesis and characterization of porphyrin-based SCFs.3

While previous studies were focused on mimicking biofunctions of metalloporphyrins4 in the solid state, we have recently opened a new orientation of these networks to molecular exchange. In fact, we have been exploring the high pressure gas adsorption and storage properties of these coordination compounds. It is worth mentioning that these new materials are considered one of the most promising type of solids to accomplish the challenge to eliminate pollutant gases from the atmosphere. In this work, we present the CO2, CH4 and N2 adsorption properties at high pressures for μ-O-[FeTCPP]216DMFcompound were TCPP is meso-tetra(4-carboxyphenyl)porphyrin) and DMF is N, N-dimethylformamide.

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