GE3C Webinar: "Robust metal organic frameworks composites for environmental catalysis" by Christian Serre (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France)
The design of functional MOFs for remediation or depollution has attracted a great interest recently due to the high tuneable character of MOFs as well as the possibility to construct new porous architectures that possess a sufficient chemical and/or thermal stability under operative conditions. We will show here two representative examples of new robust metal(IV) carboxylate MOFs and their utilization, as composites with inorganic nanoparticles co-catalysts, for the production of the hydrogen or the CO2 methanation.
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