Inelastic Neutron Scattering Analysis of Methoxy Motion in Functionalised Metal-Organic Frameworks

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Owing to the tuneable nature of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), functionalisation is a common methodology employed to introduce active groups to the material for enhanced gas sorption and selectivity. The direct role of a methoxy (-OCH3) group is explored by comparing MFM-300(InOMe) to the non-functionalised, isostructural parent MFM-300(In) material. Investigating how such functional groups interact with adsorbed gas at the atomic level is fundamental for understanding the host-guest interactions and the use of MOFs for practical...
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