Synthesis and Physicochemical Characterisation of Metal-Organic Frameworks and Metal-Organic Polyhedra Composed from Extended Organic Ligands
Citation:BYRNE, KEVIN DAVID, Synthesis and Physicochemical Characterisation of Metal-Organic Frameworks and Metal-Organic Polyhedra Composed from Extended Organic Ligands, Trinity College Dublin.School of Chemistry, 2020
The research presented in this thesis concentrates on the synthesis of advanced materials known as metal organic polyhedra (MOPs) and metal organic frameworks (MOFs). The resulting materials were structurally characterised using single crystal X-ray diffraction methods and further characterised using a range of complementary techniques. These materials were then applied to guest binding and encapsulation, gas sorption and catalytic OER activities.
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)
Author: BYRNE, KEVIN DAVID
Publisher:Trinity College Dublin. School of Chemistry. Discipline of Chemistry
Type of material:Thesis
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