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An Exceptionally Water Stable Metal-Organic Framework with Amide-Functionalized Cages: Selective CO2/CH4 Uptake, Removal of Antibiotics and Dyes from Water

An Exceptionally Water Stable Metal-Organic Framework with Amide-Functionalized Cages: Selective CO2/CH4 Uptake, Removal of Antibiotics and Dyes from Water
Xin-Wen Lin, Fushen Lu, Pei-Hang Xu, Xiao-Ming Chen, Xiao-Chun Huang, Guang-Hui Chen, Wei-Guang Jin, Wei Chen
A new highly porous MOF platform, namely PCN-124-stu was elegantly designed and prepared. The PCN-124-stu(Cu) displays not only high surface area, but also excellent thermal and chemical stability. The MOFs efficiently adsorbed dyes and fluoroquinolones in water, showing promise for water purification. Based on the work above, the cover depicts a traditional Chinese-style landscape-painting in which PCN-124-stu(Cu) cleanses the water and provides an attractive environment for all creatures. More information can be found in the Full Paper by X.-C. Huang et al. (DOI: 10.1002/chem.201701884).

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201702833

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