Zn-MOFs containing flexible α,ω-alkane (or alkene)-dicarboxylates with 1,2-bis(4-pyridyl)ethylene: comparison with Zn-MOFs containing 1,2-bis(4-pyridyl)ethane ligands

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CrystEngComm, ISSN: 1466-8033, Vol: 19, Issue: 1, Page: 99-109

Publication Year:
2017
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Repository URL:
http://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/21082
DOI:
10.1039/c6ce02122k
Author(s):
Kim, Hyun-Chul; Hur, Seong; Kim, Jin Yeong; Moon, Hoi Ri; Lee, Do Nam; Kim, Youngmee
Publisher(s):
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC); ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY; The Royal Society of Chemistry
Tags:
Chemistry; Materials Science; Physics and Astronomy
article description
Flexible ditopic α,ω-alkane (or alkene)-dicarboxylate bridging ligands provided the following six Zn-MOFs with a 1,2-bis(4-pyridyl)ethylene (bpe) pillar (malonate (1-bpe), succinate (2-bpe), fumarate (3-bpe), glutarate (4-bpe), adipate (5-bpe), and muconate (6-bpe)). Newly-prepared 5-bpe and 6-bpe were structurally characterized. Both 3-bpe and 6-bpe formed three-dimensional (3-D), diamond-like frameworks with a 4-connected uninodal net and a Schläfli symbol of 6. By contrast, 5-bpe formed a 3-D framework of a 6-connected uninodal net with a Schläfli symbol of 4·6. 2-bpe formed a 2-D framework with a 4-connected uninodal net with a Schläfli symbol of 4·6. 3-bpe and 6-bpe showed potential void spaces after solvent removal. Gas sorption analysis with N, H, and COat a suitable temperature indicated that 6-bpe was an adsorbent with selectivity for COadsorption at 196 K over Nand H. The COuptake at 196 K was 86.68 cmg(3.87 mmol g). 3-bpe did not exhibit appreciable uptake levels for N, H, and CO, which was possibly due to the relatively rigid nonporous activated form of the framework after solvent removal. Both 3-bpe and 6-bpe exhibited a good encapsulating ability for molecular iodine in cyclohexane. The crystal structure of I-containing 6-bpe_Iwas elucidated. A comparison with Zn-MOFs containing 1,2-bis(4-pyridyl)ethane ligands is discussed.