CO catalytic oxidation by a metal organic framework containing high density of reactive copper sites
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Chemical Communications, Volume 47, Number 22, p.6377-6379 (2011)
Keywords:article, Carbon dioxide, catalysis, chemical modification, concentration (parameters), copper, metal organic framework, oxidation
A new metal organic framework containing high density of active Cu sites demonstrates 100% oxidative conversion of CO to CO2. © 2011 The Royal Society of Chemistry.
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Y. Zhao, M. Padmanabhan, Gong, Q., Tsumori, N., Xu, Q., and Li, J., “CO catalytic oxidation by a metal organic framework containing high density of reactive copper sites”, Chemical Communications, vol. 47, pp. 6377-6379, 2011.
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