Effect of the structure of bridging ligands on the structure and adsorption properties of 3D-coordinated copper(II) and cobalt(II) formate polymers
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Increasing length of the bipyridyl bridging ligands in a series of similar complexes facilitates the formation of microporous coordination polymers. The structure of one of these compounds was found by the Rietveld method. These compounds were found to differ in their adsorption caparcities relative to methanol, nitrogen, and hydrogen.
Key wordsporous coordination polymers Rietveld method methanol adsorption hydrogen adsorption
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