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Hollow carbon nanobubbles: monocrystalline MOF nanobubbles and their pyrolysis

Hollow carbon nanobubbles: monocrystalline MOF nanobubbles and their pyrolysis
Jeonghun Kim, Shaobin Wang, Ming Hu, Xiangfen Jiang, Yanyi Zhao, Victor Malgras, Ji-Sen Jiang, Jung Ho Kim, Yusuke Yamauchi, Wei Zhang, Jian Liu, Arnau Carne-Sanchez
While bulk-sized metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) face limits to their utilization in various research fields such as energy storage applications, nanoarchitectonics is believed to be a possible solution.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/SC/~3/fetYLtCFm68/C6SC04903F

DOI: 2017/SC/C6SC04903F

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