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Metal organic frameworks as advanced sorbents for the extraction and determination of pollutants from environmental, biological, and food media

Metal organic frameworks as advanced sorbents for the extraction and determination of pollutants from environmental, biological, and food media
Metal organic frameworks (MOFs), composed of metal ions and organic connector, are a new group of novel porous materials. In light of their advantageous features (e.g., high porosity, uniform cavities, good thermal stability, and high surface area), this class of materials has recently attracted a great amount of attention in analytical chemistry. This review mainly focuses on the up-to-date information on the analytical applications of MOFs as novel adsorbent materials. To this end, we compiled and reviewed all available data for the extraction and separation of diverse organic and inorganic pollutants from a variety of samples representing environmental, food, and biological media.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0165993617302546

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