Energy, catalysis and the environment are pressing issues with important social and economic consequences. Our group is investigating applications of porous MOFs, COFs and MOPs, and their composites with other nanomaterials, to create advanced sorbents and catalysts useful for storing energy, improving industrial processes and protecting our planet.


Application of metallic and metal oxide nanoparticles@MOFs. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 2016, 307, 237. [Full text]

Representative papers:

Core-shell Au/CeO2 nanoparticles supported in UiO-66 beads exhibiting full CO conversion at 100 ˚C. Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2017, 5, 13966. [Full text]

Composite salt in porous Metal-Organic Frameworks for adsorption heat transformation. Advanced Functional Materials 2017, 1606424. [Full text]

Spray Drying for Making Covalent Chemistry II: Synthesis of Covalent−Organic Framework Superstructures and related Composites. Chemical Communications 2017, 53, 11372. [Full text]

Selective CO2 capture in metal-organic frameworks with azine-functionalized pores generated by mechanosynthesis. Crystal Growth & Design 2014, 14, 2092. [Full text]

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