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GREEN SYNTHESIS OF IRMOF-1, METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS BY FOR GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION

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 METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS (MOFS), A NEW CLASS OF POROUS CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS, ACT AS AN OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE AS GREENHOUSE GAS REDUCTION (SPECIALLY CO2) DUE TO THEIR HIGH SURFACE AREAS, CONTROLLABLE STRUCTURES AND EXCELLENT ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES.[1] THESE ARE A CLASS OF ORGANIC–INORGANIC HYBRID MATERIALS MADE OF METAL CLUSTERS INTERCONNECTED THROUGH AN ORGANIC LINKER. THEY NOT ONLY OFFER HIGHER SURFACE AREAS, BUT ALSO PROVIDE SHAPE/SIZE SELECTIVITY WHICH IS IMPORTANT FEATURE BOTH FOR SEPARATIONS AND CATALYSIS [2].THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF ARTICLES REPORTING NEW TYPES OF MOF MATERIALS; HOWEVER IRMOF-1 IS AMONGST THE MOST WELL STUDIED MOFS. IRMOF-1 CONSISTED OF ZN (NO3)2·6H2O AS METAL CLUSTERS CONNECTED BY 1, 4-BENZENEDICABOXYLATE.IN THIS WORK, IRMOF-1 WAS SUCCESSFULLY SYNTHESIZED VIA ‘‘GREENER’’ AND MORE EFFICIENT, ULTRASONIC, MICROWAVE-ASSISTED METHOD. THE REACTION PRODUCTS WERE CHARACTERIZED BY X-RAY DIFFRACTION (XRD), SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE (SEM), AND BET [3].

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