Lattice response of the porous coordination framework Zn(hba) to guest adsorption

Auckett, J, Dharma, A, Cagnes, M, Darwish, T, Abrahams, B, Babarao, R, Hudson, T, Robson, R, White, K and Peterson, V 2019, 'Lattice response of the porous coordination framework Zn(hba) to guest adsorption', Powder Diffraction, vol. 32, pp. 49-53.

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Title Lattice response of the porous coordination framework Zn(hba) to guest adsorption
Author(s) Auckett, J
Dharma, A
Cagnes, M
Darwish, T
Abrahams, B
Babarao, R
Hudson, T
Robson, R
White, K
Peterson, V
Year 2019
Journal name Powder Diffraction
Volume number 32
Start page 49
End page 53
Total pages 5
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Abstract Analysis of in situ neutron powder diffraction data collected for the porous framework material Zn(hba) during gas adsorption reveals a two-stage response of the host lattice to increasing CO2 guest concentration, suggesting progressive occupation of multiple CO2 adsorption sites with different binding strengths. The response of the lattice to moderate CH4 guest concentrations is virtually indistinguishable from the response to CO2, demonstrating that the influence of host-guest interactions on the Zn(hba) framework is defined more strongly by the concentration than by the identity of the guests.
Subject Composite and Hybrid Materials
Condensed Matter Modelling and Density Functional Theory
Chemical Thermodynamics and Energetics
Keyword(s) gas sorption
metal-organic framework
neutron powder diffraction
powder diffraction
DOI - identifier 10.1017/S0885715617000720
Copyright notice © 2017 International Centre for Diffraction Data
ISSN 0885-7156
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