Achieving high density of adsorbed hydrogen in microporous metal organic frameworks

Jeong Yong Lee, Long Pan, Sean P. Kelly, Jacek Jagiello, Thomas J. Emge, Jing Li

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Abstract

The hydrogen absorption properties of two microporous metal organic frameworks (MMOF) at low temperatures was investigated. The MMOFs contain very small pores with pore dimensions in the range of micropores and exhibit similar sorption properties to other porous material characteristic of physisorption. It was found that the MMOFs incorporate metals that are likely to interact with absorbed hydrogen more strongly that other types of sorbents. The results show that the high density of absorbed H2 falls in the range of liquid H2 and suggests relatively strong sorbent interactions in the materials with very small pores.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2703-2706
Number of pages4
JournalAdvanced Materials
Volume17
Issue number22
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Nov 18 2005

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Achieving high density of adsorbed hydrogen in microporous metal organic frameworks. / Lee, Jeong Yong; Pan, Long; Kelly, Sean P.; Jagiello, Jacek; Emge, Thomas J.; Li, Jing.

In: Advanced Materials, Vol. 17, No. 22, 18.11.2005, p. 2703-2706.

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Lee, Jeong Yong ; Pan, Long ; Kelly, Sean P. ; Jagiello, Jacek ; Emge, Thomas J. ; Li, Jing. / Achieving high density of adsorbed hydrogen in microporous metal organic frameworks. In: Advanced Materials. 2005 ; Vol. 17, No. 22. pp. 2703-2706.
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