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A microporous metal–organic framework of a rare sty topology for high CH4 storage at room temperature†
Xing Duan,Jiancan Yu,Jianfeng Cai,Yabing He,Chuande Wu,Zhangjing Zhang,Shengchang Xiang,Michael O'Keeffe,Guodong Qian
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONSCHEM COMMUN Pub Date : 2013/1/28 0:00:00 , DOI:10.1039/C3CC38765H
Abstract

A rare sty type microporous metal–organic framework, Cu2(FDDI) (ZJU-25; H4FDDI = tetramethyl 5,5′-(9H-fluorene-2,7-diyl)diisophthalate acid), was solvothermally synthesized and structurally characterized. With open metal sites and suitable pore space for their interactions with methane molecules, ZJU-25a exhibits absolute methane storage of 180 cm3(STP) cm−3 at room temperature and 35 bar, enabling it to be one of the very few porous MOFs whose methane storage capacities have met and/or approached the DOE target of 180 cm3(STP) cm−3 for material-based methane storage.

Graphical abstract: A microporous metal–organic framework of a rare sty topology for high CH4 storage at room temperature
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