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Microporous organic polymers for methane storage

Microporous organic polymers for methane storage
Microporous organic polymers for methane storage
Methane storage is important for the development of alternative energy carriers. The synthesis and methane storage properties of microporous hypercrosslinked organic polymers are reported. The figure shows a simulation of methane sorption in microporous hypercrosslinked poly(p-dichloroxylene); up to 5.2?mmol?g?1 CH4 at 20?bar/298?K; isosteric heat of sorption ?21?kJ?mol?1.
porous materials, polymeric materials, metal–organic frameworks, adsorption
1521-4095
1916-1921
Wood, Colin D.
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Tan, Bien
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Trewin, Abbie
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Su, Fabing
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Rosseinsky, Matthew J.
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Bradshaw, Darren
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Sun, Yan
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Zhou, Li
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Cooper, Andrew I.
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Wood, Colin D.
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Tan, Bien
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Su, Fabing
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Rosseinsky, Matthew J.
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Bradshaw, Darren
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Sun, Yan
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Zhou, Li
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Cooper, Andrew I.
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Wood, Colin D., Tan, Bien, Trewin, Abbie, Su, Fabing, Rosseinsky, Matthew J., Bradshaw, Darren, Sun, Yan, Zhou, Li and Cooper, Andrew I. (2008) Microporous organic polymers for methane storage. Advanced Materials, 20 (10), 1916-1921. (doi:10.1002/adma.200702397).

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Methane storage is important for the development of alternative energy carriers. The synthesis and methane storage properties of microporous hypercrosslinked organic polymers are reported. The figure shows a simulation of methane sorption in microporous hypercrosslinked poly(p-dichloroxylene); up to 5.2?mmol?g?1 CH4 at 20?bar/298?K; isosteric heat of sorption ?21?kJ?mol?1.

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Published date: 19 May 2008
Keywords: porous materials, polymeric materials, metal–organic frameworks, adsorption
Organisations: Chemistry

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Local EPrints ID: 340214
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/340214
ISSN: 1521-4095
PURE UUID: cf0c9170-1811-4749-8cad-37c66da9ebcd
ORCID for Darren Bradshaw: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5258-6224

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Date deposited: 15 Jun 2012 11:14
Last modified: 17 Dec 2019 01:39

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Author: Colin D. Wood
Author: Bien Tan
Author: Abbie Trewin
Author: Fabing Su
Author: Matthew J. Rosseinsky
Author: Darren Bradshaw ORCID iD
Author: Yan Sun
Author: Li Zhou
Author: Andrew I. Cooper

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