Metal–Organic Frameworks-Based Catalysts for Biomass Processing
AbstractCurrently, metal–organic frame works (MOFs) as novel hybrid nanoporous materials are a top research interest, including endeavors in heterogeneous catalysis. MOF materials are promising heterogeneous catalytic systems due to their unique characteristics, such as a highly ordered structure, a record high surface area and a compositional diversity, which can be precisely tailored. Very recently, these metal-organic matrices have been proven as promising catalysts for biomass conversion into value-added products. The relevant publications show that the structure of MOFs can contribute essentially to the advanced catalytic performance in processes of biomass refining. This review aims at the consideration of the different ways for the rational design of MOF catalysts for biomass processing. The particular characteristics and peculiarities of the behavior of different MOF based catalytic systems including hybrid nanomaterials and composites will be also discussed by illustrating their outstanding performance with appropriate examples relevant to biomass catalytic processing. View Full-Text
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Isaeva, V.I.; Nefedov, O.M.; Kustov, L.M. Metal–Organic Frameworks-Based Catalysts for Biomass Processing. Catalysts 2018, 8, 368.
Isaeva VI, Nefedov OM, Kustov LM. Metal–Organic Frameworks-Based Catalysts for Biomass Processing. Catalysts. 2018; 8(9):368.Chicago/Turabian Style
Isaeva, Vera I.; Nefedov, Oleg M.; Kustov, Leonid M. 2018. "Metal–Organic Frameworks-Based Catalysts for Biomass Processing." Catalysts 8, no. 9: 368.
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