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  1. Metal-organic frameworks as biosensors for luminescence-based detection and imaging
  2. Structure-directing factors when introducing hydrogen bond functionality to metal–organic frameworks
  3. Mechanically and chemically robust ZIF-8 monoliths with high volumetric adsorption capacity
  4. Towards a potential 4,4′-(1,2,4,5-tetrazine-3,6-diyl) dibenzoic spacer to construct metal–organic frameworks
  5. Amorphous metal–organic frameworks for drug delivery
  6. Pore-Network Connectivity and Molecular Sieving of Normal and Isoalkanes in the Mesoporous Silica SBA-2
  7. Computational Study of Propylene and Propane Binding in Metal–Organic Frameworks Containing Highly Exposed Cu+ or Ag+ Cations
  8. High-Throughput Screening of Porous Crystalline Materials for Hydrogen Storage Capacity near Room Temperature
  9. Advanced Monte Carlo simulations of the adsorption of chiral alcohols in a homochiral metal‐organic framework
  10. Screening of bio-compatible metal–organic frameworks as potential drug carriers using Monte Carlo simulations
  11. Metal–Organic Framework Thin Films Composed of Free-Standing Acicular Nanorods Exhibiting Reversible Electrochromism
  12. Permanent Porosity Derived From the Self‐Assembly of Highly Luminescent Molecular Zinc Carbonate Nanoclusters
  13. Permanent Porosity Derived From the Self‐Assembly of Highly Luminescent Molecular Zinc Carbonate Nanoclusters
  14. Noble Gas Adsorption in Copper Trimesate, HKUST-1: An Experimental and Computational Study
  15. Vapor-Phase Metalation by Atomic Layer Deposition in a Metal–Organic Framework
  16. Elucidating the Breathing of the Metal–Organic Framework MIL-53(Sc) with ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations and in Situ X-ray Powder Diffraction Experiments
  17. Novel 3D lanthanum oxalate metal-organic-framework: Synthetic, structural, luminescence and adsorption properties
  18. Control over Catenation in Pillared Paddlewheel Metal–Organic Framework Materials via Solvent-Assisted Linker Exchange
  19. First Examples of Metal–Organic Frameworks with the Novel 3,3′-(1,2,4,5-Tetrazine-3,6-diyl)dibenzoic Spacer. Luminescence and Adsorption Properties
  20. Modular structure of a robust microporous MOF based on Cu2 paddle-wheels with high CO2 selectivity
  21. Incorporation of an A1/A2-Difunctionalized Pillar[5]arene into a Metal–Organic Framework
  22. Synthetic control of framework zinc purinate crystallisation and properties of a large pore, decorated, mixed-linker RHO-type ZIF
  23. Understanding excess uptake maxima for hydrogen adsorption isotherms in frameworks with rht topology
  24. A novel structural form of MIL-53 observed for the scandium analogue and its response to temperature variation and CO2adsorption
  25. Flexibility and swing effect on the adsorption of energy-related gases on ZIF-8: combined experimental and simulation study
  26. Novel metal–organic frameworks based on 5-bromonicotinic acid: Multifunctional materials with H2 purification capabilities
  27. Structural Chemistry, Monoclinic-to-Orthorhombic Phase Transition, and CO2 Adsorption Behavior of the Small Pore Scandium Terephthalate, Sc2(O2CC6H4CO2)3, and Its Nitro- And A...
  28. Hydrogen Uptake by {H[Mg(HCOO)3]⊃NHMe2}∞ and Determination of Its H2 Adsorption Sites through Monte Carlo Simulations
  29. Opening the Gate: Framework Flexibility in ZIF-8 Explored by Experiments and Simulations
  30. Methane storage mechanism in the metal-organic framework Cu3(btc)2: An in situ neutron diffraction study
  31. Unusual Adsorption Behavior on Metal−Organic Frameworks
  32. Carbon aerogels from gallic acid–resorcinol mixtures as adsorbents of benzene, toluene and xylenes from dry and wet air under dynamic conditions
  33. Inter- and Intra-Primary-Particle Structure of Monolithic Carbon Aerogels Obtained with Varying Solvents
  34. Adsorption of Benzene, Toluene, and Xylenes on Monolithic Carbon Aerogels from Dry Air Flows
  35. Porosity and surface area of monolithic carbon aerogels prepared using alkaline carbonates and organic acids as polymerization catalysts
  36. Granular and monolithic activated carbons from KOH-activation of olive stones
  37. Surface Area and Microporosity of Carbon Aerogels from Gas Adsorption and Small- and Wide-Angle X-ray Scattering Measurements
  38. Nanoporous carbon materials: Comparison between information obtained by SAXS and WAXS and by gas adsorption