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Materials 2010, 3(4), 2447-2462; doi:10.3390/ma3042447
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New Element Organic Frameworks Based on Sn, Sb, and Bi, with Permanent Porosity and High Catalytic Activity

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Received: 31 January 2010; Accepted: 25 March 2010 / Published: 30 March 2010
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Organometallic Compounds)
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Abstract: We present new element organic frameworks based on Sn, Sb and Bi atoms connected via organic linkers by element-carbon bonds. The open frameworks are characterized by specific surface areas (BET) of up to 445 m2 g-1 and a good stability under ambient conditions resulting from a highly hydrophobic inner surface. They show good performance as heterogeneous catalysts in the cyanosylilation of benzaldehyde as a test reaction. Due to their catalytic activity, this class of materials might be able to replace common homogeneous element-organic and often highly toxic catalysts especially in the food industry.
Keywords: element organic frameworks; EOF; heterogeneous catalysis element organic frameworks; EOF; heterogeneous catalysis
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Fritsch, J.; Rose, M.; Wollmann, P.; Böhlmann, W.; Kaskel, S. New Element Organic Frameworks Based on Sn, Sb, and Bi, with Permanent Porosity and High Catalytic Activity. Materials 2010, 3, 2447-2462.

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Fritsch J, Rose M, Wollmann P, Böhlmann W, Kaskel S. New Element Organic Frameworks Based on Sn, Sb, and Bi, with Permanent Porosity and High Catalytic Activity. Materials. 2010; 3(4):2447-2462.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Fritsch, Julia; Rose, Marcus; Wollmann, Philipp; Böhlmann, Winfried; Kaskel, Stefan. 2010. "New Element Organic Frameworks Based on Sn, Sb, and Bi, with Permanent Porosity and High Catalytic Activity." Materials 3, no. 4: 2447-2462.


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