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Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) also known as porous coordination polymers (PCPs) are novel class of crystalline hybrid materials existing as infinite array of metal ions or clusters and organic struts, connected by coordination bonds.
These are mostly porous frameworks with welldefined nanoscale tunable channels.
It has drawn considerable attention because a large number of framework structures of different topologies would be possible to obtain through exploitation of both organic and inorganic components.
“Traditionally, porous materials have been either organic or inorganic materials.
Perhaps the most common organic porous material is activated carbon.
These are usually prepared by pyrolysis of carbon-rich materials with high surface areas and high adsorption capacities; yet do not possess ordered structures.
Despite this lack of order, porous carbon materials have many uses, including the separation and storage of gases, the purification of water, and solvent removal and recovery”.
Adalikwu, Stephen Adie - PhD in Inorganic Chemistry, Lecturer,Department of Chemistry, CRS College of Education, Akamkpa, Cross River State-Nigeria.The Author is highly resourceful, able to withstand pressure, highly principled and disciplined and, drive for challenges and development.
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