Abstract: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a well-established method for the investigation of various types of porous materials. During the past decade, metal–organic frameworks have attracted increasing research interest. Solid-state NMR spectroscopy has rapidly evolved into an important tool for the study of the structure, dynamics and flexibility of these materials, as well as for the characterization of host–guest interactions with adsorbed species such as xenon, carbon dioxide, water, and many others. The present review introduces and highlights recent developments in this rapidly growing field.
Keywords: metal–organic frameworks; porous materials; solid-state NMR; host–guest interactions; 129Xe NMR
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Hoffmann, H.C.; Debowski, M.; Müller, P.; Paasch, S.; Senkovska, I.; Kaskel, S.; Brunner, E. Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy of Metal–Organic Framework Compounds (MOFs). Materials 2012, 5, 2537-2572.
Hoffmann HC, Debowski M, Müller P, Paasch S, Senkovska I, Kaskel S, Brunner E. Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy of Metal–Organic Framework Compounds (MOFs). Materials. 2012; 5(12):2537-2572.
Hoffmann, Herbert C.; Debowski, Marta; Müller, Philipp; Paasch, Silvia; Senkovska, Irena; Kaskel, Stefan; Brunner, Eike. 2012. "Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy of Metal–Organic Framework Compounds (MOFs)." Materials 5, no. 12: 2537-2572.