Isoreticular MOFs as Efficient Photocatalysts with Tunable Band Gap: An Operando FTIR Study of the Photoinduced Oxidation of Propylene

J. Gascon, M.D. Hernández-Alonso, A.R. Almeida, G.P.M. van Klink, F. Kapteijn, Guido Mul

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Abstract

Photo frame(work): The first spectroscopic evidence of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) acting as photocatalysts has been obtained. Isoreticular MOFs act as efficient photocatalysts in the photooxidation of propylene. The band gap energy can be tuned by changing the organic linker. Among the MOFs tested, the 2,6-naphthalenedicarboxylic acid based IRMOF was the most active, showing a higher activity than ZnO.
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Pages (from-to)981-983
JournalChemSusChem
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Issue number12
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Gascon, J. ; Hernández-Alonso, M.D. ; Almeida, A.R. ; van Klink, G.P.M. ; Kapteijn, F. ; Mul, Guido. / Isoreticular MOFs as Efficient Photocatalysts with Tunable Band Gap: An Operando FTIR Study of the Photoinduced Oxidation of Propylene. In: ChemSusChem. 2008 ; Vol. 1, No. 12. pp. 981-983.
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