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MOF-2

Establishing Microporosity in Open Metal−Organic Frameworks:  Gas Sorption Isotherms for Zn(BDC) (BDC = 1,4-Benzenedicarboxylate)

MOF-3

Highly Porous and Stable Metal−Organic Frameworks:  Structure Design and Sorption Properties

MOF-4

Highly Porous and Stable Metal−Organic Frameworks:  Structure Design and Sorption Properties

MOF-5

Design and Synthesis of an Exceptionally Stable and Highly Porous Metal-Organic Framework

MOF-6

Modular Chemistry:  Secondary Building Units as a Basis for the Design of Highly Porous and Robust Metal−Organic Carboxylate Frameworks

MOF-9

Large Free Volume in Maximally Interpenetrating Networks:  The Role of Secondary Building Units Exemplified by Tb2(ADB)3[(CH3)2SO]4·16[(CH3)2SO]1

MOF-11

Cu2(ATC)·6H2O:  Design of Open Metal Sites in Porous Metal−Organic Crystals (ATC:  1,3,5,7-Adamantane Tetracarboxylate)

MOF-12

Reticular Chemistry and Metal-Organic Frameworks for Clean Energy

MOF-14

Interwoven Metal-Organic Framework on a Periodic Minimal Surface with Extra-Large Pores

MOF-31

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-32

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-33

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-34

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-35

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-36

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-37

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-38

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-39

Assembly of Metal−Organic Frameworks from Large Organic and Inorganic Secondary Building Units:  New Examples and Simplifying Principles for Complex Structures

MOF-46

1,4-Benzenedicarboxylate Derivatives as Links in the Design of Paddle-Wheel Units and Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-47

1,4-Benzenedicarboxylate Derivatives as Links in the Design of Paddle-Wheel Units and Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-48

Metal–Organic Frameworks of Vanadium as Catalysts for Conversion of Methane to Acetic Acid

MOF-49

Metal–Organic Frameworks Constructed from Pentagonal Antiprismatic and Cuboctahedral Secondary Building Units

MOF-69

Infinite Secondary Building Units and Forbidden Catenation in Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOF-70

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-71

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-72

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-73

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-74

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-75

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-76

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-77

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-78

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-79

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-80

Rod Packings and Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Rod-Shaped Secondary Building Units

MOF-101

Cu2[o-Br-C6H3(CO2)2]2(H2O)2·(DMF)8(H2O)2:  A Framework Deliberately Designed To Have the NbO Structure Type

MOF-102

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-103

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-104

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-105

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-106

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-107

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-108

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-109

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-110

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-111

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-112

Geometric Requirements and Examples of Important Structures in the Assembly of Square Building Blocks

MOF-114

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-115

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-116

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-117

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-118

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-119

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-122

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-123

Reversible Interpenetration in a Metal–Organic Framework Triggered by Ligand Removal and Addition

MOF-143

Isoreticular Expansion of Metal–Organic Frameworks with Triangular and Square Building Units and the Lowest Calculated Density for Porous Crystals

MOF-150

Design of Frameworks with Mixed Triangular and Octahedral Building Blocks Exemplified by the Structure of [Zn4O(TCA)2] Having the Pyrite Topology

MOF-155

Introduction of Functionality, Selection of Topology, and Enhancement of Gas Adsorption in Multivariate Metal–Organic Framework-177

MOF-156

Introduction of Functionality, Selection of Topology, and Enhancement of Gas Adsorption in Multivariate Metal–Organic Framework-177

MOF-177

A Route to High Surface Area, Porosity and Inclusion of Large Molecules in Crystals

MOF-180

Ultrahigh Porosity in Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOF-199

Metal-Organic Frameworks with High Capacity and Selectivity for Harmful Gases

MOF-200

Ultrahigh Porosity in Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOF-205

Ultrahigh Porosity in Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOF-210

Ultrahigh Porosity in Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOF-235

Metal-Organic Frameworks Based on Trigonal Prismatic Building Blocks and the New "acs" Topology

MOF-236

Metal-Organic Frameworks Based on Trigonal Prismatic Building Blocks and the New "acs" Topology

MOF-246

Reversible Interpenetration in a Metal–Organic Framework Triggered by Ligand Removal and Addition

MOF-253

Metal Insertion in a Microporous Metal−Organic Framework Lined with 2,2′-Bipyridine

MOF-324

Hydrogen Storage in New Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-325

Hydrogen Storage in New Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-326

Hydrogen Storage in New Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-388

Isoreticular Expansion of Metal–Organic Frameworks with Triangular and Square Building Units and the Lowest Calculated Density for Porous Crystals

MOF-399

Isoreticular Expansion of Metal–Organic Frameworks with Triangular and Square Building Units and the Lowest Calculated Density for Porous Crystals

MOF-437

A channel-type mesoporous In(III)–carboxylate coordination framework with high physicochemical stability for use as an electrode material in supercapacitors

MOF-500

A Metal–Organic Framework with a Hierarchical System of Pores and Tetrahedral Building Blocks

MOF-501

Transformation of a Metal−Organic Framework from the NbO to PtS Net

MOF-502

Transformation of a Metal−Organic Framework from the NbO to PtS Net

MOF-505

High H2 Adsorption in a Microporous Metal–Organic Framework with Open Metal Sites

MOF-508

A Microporous Metal–Organic Framework for Gas-Chromatographic Separation of Alkanes

MOF-519

High Methane Storage Capacity in Aluminum Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-520

High Methane Storage Capacity in Aluminum Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-525

Synthesis, Structure, and Metalation of Two New Highly Porous Zirconium Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-535

Synthesis, Structure, and Metalation of Two New Highly Porous Zirconium Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-545

Synthesis, Structure, and Metalation of Two New Highly Porous Zirconium Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-601

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-602

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-603

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-604

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOF-645

Azulene Based Metal–Organic Frameworks for Strong Adsorption of H2

MOF-646

Azulene based metal–organic frameworks for strong adsorption of H2

MOF-647

Incorporation of active metal sites in MOFs via in situ generated ligand deficient metal–linker complexes

MOF-648

Incorporation of Active Metal Sites in MOFs via In Situ Generated Ligand Deficient Metal–Linker Complexes

MOF-649

Synthesis and Hydrogen Adsorption Properties of Internally Polarized 2,6-Azulenedicarboxylate Based Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-650

Synthesis and Hydrogen Adsorption Properties of Internally Polarized 2,6-Azulenedicarboxylate Based Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-705

L-Aspartate Links for Stable Sodium Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-706

L-Aspartate Links for Stable Sodium Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-801

Water Adsorption in Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials

MOF-802

Water Adsorption in Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials

MOF-804

Water Adsorption in Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials

MOF-805

Water Adsorption in Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials

MOF-806

Water Adsorption in Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials

MOF-808

Water Adsorption in Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials

MOF-812

Water Adsorption in Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials

MOF-841

Water Adsorption in Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks and Related Materials

MOF-867

Supercapacitors of Nanocrystalline Metal–Organic Frameworks

MOF-901

A Titanium–Organic Framework as an Exemplar of Combining the Chemistry of Metal– and Covalent–Organic Frameworks

MOF-902

A Titanium–Organic Framework: Engineering of the Band-Gap Energy for Photocatalytic Property Enhancement

MOF-905

High Methane Storage Working Capacity in Metal–Organic Frameworks with Acrylate Links

MOF-910

Two Principles of Reticular Chemistry Uncovered in a Metal–Organic Framework of Heterotritopic Linkers and Infinite Secondary Building Units

MOF-950

High Methane Storage Working Capacity in Metal–Organic Frameworks with Acrylate Links

MOF-991

Design of New Materials for Methane Storage

MOF-992

Design of New Materials for Methane Storage

MOF-993

Design of New Materials for Methane Storage

MOF-1000

Docking in Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOF-1001

Docking in Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOF-1002

Docking in Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOF-1011

A Metal–Organic Framework Replete with Ordered Donor–Acceptor Catenanes

MOF-1020

Metal–Organic Frameworks with Designed Chiral Recognition Sites

MOF-1030

A Catenated Strut in a Catenated Metal–Organic Framework

MOF-1040

Metal–Organic Frameworks Incorporating Copper-Complexed Rotaxanes

MOF-1041

Metal–Organic Frameworks Incorporating Copper-Complexed Rotaxanes

MOF-1042

Metal–Organic Frameworks Incorporating Copper-Complexed Rotaxanes

MOF-1114

Rare Earth pcu Metal–Organic Framework Platform Based on RE4(μ3-OH)4(COO)62+ Clusters: Rational Design, Directed Synthesis, and Deliberate Tuning of Excitation Wavelengths

MOF-1115

Rare Earth pcu Metal–Organic Framework Platform Based on RE4(μ3-OH)4(COO)62+ Clusters: Rational Design, Directed Synthesis, and Deliberate Tuning of Excitation Wavelengths

MOF-1130

Rare Earth pcu Metal–Organic Framework Platform Based on RE4(μ3-OH)4(COO)62+ Clusters: Rational Design, Directed Synthesis, and Deliberate Tuning of Excitation Wavelengths

MOF-1131

Rare Earth pcu Metal–Organic Framework Platform Based on RE4(μ3-OH)4(COO)62+ Clusters: Rational Design, Directed Synthesis, and Deliberate Tuning of Excitation Wavelengths

MOF-1201

Calcium L-Lactate Frameworks as Naturally Degradable Carriers for Pesticides

MOF-1203

Calcium L-Lactate Frameworks as Naturally Degradable Carriers for Pesticides

MOF-2000

Heterogeneity of Functional Groups in a Metal–Organic Framework Displays Magic Number Ratios

MOP-1

Porous Metal−Organic Polyhedra:  25 Å Cuboctahedron Constructed from 12 Cu2(CO2)4 Paddle-Wheel Building Blocks

MOP-14

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOP-15

Paper: Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOP-17

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOP-18

Crystal Structure, Dissolution, and Deposition of a 5 nm Functionalized Metal−Organic Great Rhombicuboctahedron

MOP-23

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOP-24

Control of Vertex Geometry, Structure Dimensionality, Functionality, and Pore Metrics in the Reticular Synthesis of Crystalline Metal−Organic Frameworks and Polyhedra

MOP-28

Porous Metal−Organic Truncated Octahedron Constructed from Paddle-Wheel Squares and Terthiophene Links

MOP-50

Design, Synthesis, Structure, and Gas (N2, Ar, CO2, CH4, and H2) Sorption Properties of Porous Metal-Organic Tetrahedral and Heterocuboidal Polyhedra

MOP-51

Design, Synthesis, Structure, and Gas (N2, Ar, CO2, CH4, and H2) Sorption Properties of Porous Metal-Organic Tetrahedral and Heterocuboidal Polyhedra

MOP-52

Design, Synthesis, Structure, and Gas (N2, Ar, CO2, CH4, and H2) Sorption Properties of Porous Metal-Organic Tetrahedral and Heterocuboidal Polyhedra

MOP-53

Design, Synthesis, Structure, and Gas (N2, Ar, CO2, CH4, and H2) Sorption Properties of Porous Metal-Organic Tetrahedral and Heterocuboidal Polyhedra

MOP-54

Design, Synthesis, Structure, and Gas (N2, Ar, CO2, CH4, and H2) Sorption Properties of Porous Metal-Organic Tetrahedral and Heterocuboidal Polyhedra

MOP-100

Synthesis and Structure of Chemically Stable Metal−Organic Polyhedra

MOP-101

Synthesis and Structure of Chemically Stable Metal−Organic Polyhedra

ZIF-1

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-2

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-3

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-4

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-5

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-6

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-7

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-8

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-9

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-10

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-11

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-12

Exceptional Chemical and Thermal Stability of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-14

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-20

Zeolite A Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-21

Zeolite A Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-22

Zeolite A Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-23

Zeolite A Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-25

A Combined Experimental-Computational Investigation of Carbon Dioxide Capture in a Series of Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-60

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-61

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-62

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-64

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-65

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-67

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-68

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-69

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-70

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-71

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-72

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-73

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-74

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-75

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-76

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-77

High-Throughput Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and Application to CO2 Capture

ZIF-78

Control of Pore Size and Functionality in Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and their Carbon Dioxide Selective Capture Properties

ZIF-79

Control of Pore Size and Functionality in Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and their Carbon Dioxide Selective Capture Properties

ZIF-80

Control of Pore Size and Functionality in Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and their Carbon Dioxide Selective Capture Properties

ZIF-81

Control of Pore Size and Functionality in Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and their Carbon Dioxide Selective Capture Properties

ZIF-82

Control of Pore Size and Functionality in Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and their Carbon Dioxide Selective Capture Properties

ZIF-90

Crystals as Molecules: Postsynthesis Covalent Functionalization of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-91

Crystals as Molecules: Postsynthesis Covalent Functionalization of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-93

A Combined Experimental−Computational Investigation of Carbon Dioxide Capture in a Series of Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-94

A Combined Experimental-Computational Study on the Effect of Topology on Carbon Dioxide Adsorption in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-95

Colossal Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks as Selective Carbon Dioxide Reservoirs

ZIF-96

A Combined Experimental−Computational Investigation of Carbon Dioxide Capture in a Series of Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-97

A Combined Experimental−Computational Investigation of Carbon Dioxide Capture in a Series of Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-100

Colossal Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks as Selective Carbon Dioxide Reservoirs

ZIF-300

Selective Capture of Carbon Dioxide under Humid Conditions by Hydrophobic Chabazite-Type Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-301

Selective Capture of Carbon Dioxide under Humid Conditions by Hydrophobic Chabazite-Type Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-302

Selective Capture of Carbon Dioxide under Humid Conditions by Hydrophobic Chabazite-Type Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-303

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-360

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-365

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-376

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-386

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-408

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-410

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-412

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-413

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-414

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-486

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-516

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-586

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-615

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

ZIF-725

Principles of Designing Extra-Large Pore Openings and Cages in Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks

COF-1

Porous, Crystalline, Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-5

Porous, Crystalline, Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-6

Reticular Synthesis of Microporous and Mesoporous 2D Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-8

Reticular Synthesis of Microporous and Mesoporous 2D Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-10

Reticular Synthesis of Microporous and Mesoporous 2D Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-42

Crystalline Covalent Organic Frameworks with Hydrazone Linkages

COF-43

Crystalline Covalent Organic Frameworks with Hydrazone Linkages

COF-66

Covalent Organic Frameworks with High Charge Carrier Mobility

COF-102

Designed Synthesis of 3D Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-103

Designed Synthesis of 3D Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-105

Designed Synthesis of 3D Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-108

Designed Synthesis of 3D Covalent Organic Frameworks

COF-202

Reticular Synthesis of Covalent Organic Borosilicate Frameworks

COF-300

A Crystalline Imine-Linked 3-D Porous Covalent Organic Framework

COF-301

A Covalent Organic Framework that Exceeds the DOE 2015 Volumetric Target for H2 Uptake at 298 K

COF-320

Single-Crystal Structure of a Covalent Organic Framework

COF-366

Covalent Organic Frameworks with High Charge Carrier Mobility

COF-367

Covalent Organic Frameworks Comprising Cobalt Porphyrins for Catalytic CO2 Reduction in Water

COF-505

Weaving of Organic Threads into a Crystalline Covalent Organic Framework

MET-1

Porous, Conductive Metal-Triazolates and Their Structural Elucidation by the Charge-Flipping Method

MET-2

Porous, Conductive Metal-Triazolates and Their Structural Elucidation by the Charge-Flipping Method

MET-3

Porous, Conductive Metal-Triazolates and Their Structural Elucidation by the Charge-Flipping Method

MET-4

Porous, Conductive Metal-Triazolates and Their Structural Elucidation by the Charge-Flipping Method

MET-5

Porous, Conductive Metal-Triazolates and Their Structural Elucidation by the Charge-Flipping Method

MET-6

Porous, Conductive Metal-Triazolates and Their Structural Elucidation by the Charge-Flipping Method

CAT-1

New Porous Crystals of Extended Metal-Catecholates

CAT-5

Three-Dimensional Metal-Catecholate Frameworks and Their Ultrahigh Proton Conductivity

MOF-1

A Robust Near Infrared Luminescent Ytterbium Metal–Organic Framework for Sensing of Small Molecules