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Reversible Breathing Process and Associated Thermochromism of a Stacked-Layer Porous Supramolecular Material

Reversible Breathing Process and Associated Thermochromism of a Stacked-Layer Porous Supramolecular Material
Claude Lecomte, Patrice Kenfack Tsobnang, Slimane Dahaoui, Pierrick Durand, Emmanuel Wenger, John Lambi Ngolui
The porous supramolecular network built with metallo-tectons could be an interesting synthesis route for materials where other properties could cooperate with sorption properties of the compound. An example is given by the two-dimensional catena-{Co(amp)3Cr(ox)3·6H2O} which exhibits continuous thermochromism associated with the breathing process of water molecules in air.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.7b00856

DOI: 10.1021/acs.cgd.7b00856

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