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CO2 Capture and Separations Using MOFs: Computational and Experimental Studies

CO2 Capture and Separations Using MOFs: Computational and Experimental Studies
Lin-Hua Xie, Yuguang Ma, Perla B. Balbuena, Jian-Rong Li, Jiamei Yu, Jorge M. Seminario
This Review focuses on research oriented toward elucidation of the various aspects that determine adsorption of CO2 in metal–organic frameworks and its separation from gas mixtures found in industrial processes. It includes theoretical, experimental, and combined approaches able to characterize the materials, investigate the adsorption/desorption/reaction properties of the adsorbates inside such environments, screen and design new materials, and analyze additional factors such as material regenerability, stability, effects of impurities, and cost among several factors that influence the effectiveness of the separations. CO2 adsorption, separations, and membranes are reviewed followed by an analysis of the effects of stability, impurities, and process operation conditions on practical applications.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.chemrev.6b00626

DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemrev.6b00626

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