Towards MOFs' mass market adoption:MOF Technologies' efficient and versatile one-step extrusion of shaped MOFs directly from raw materials

Casaban, José and Zhang, Yuancheng and Pacheco, Raul and Coney, Ciaran and Holmes, Catherine and Sutherland, Emmajay and Hamill, Conor and Breen, John and James, Stuart L. and Tufano, Diego and Wong, Dennis and Stavrakakis, Efstratios and Annath, Hamza and Moore, Ashleigh (2021) Towards MOFs' mass market adoption:MOF Technologies' efficient and versatile one-step extrusion of shaped MOFs directly from raw materials. Faraday Discussions, 231. pp. 312-325. ISSN 1359-6640

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Abstract

Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) offer unparalleled physical and sorption properties due to their chemical tunability and unmatched porosity. MOFs are consequently envisaged to play a key role in commercial gas storage and separation applications. However, it is essential to tackle their current market entry barriers, if mainstream adoption is to be realised. MOF Technologies is a pioneer in MOF commercialisation and has developed innovative solutions with unprecedented efficiency to bring these materials to market. A continuous, versatile and sustainable one-step production method of MOFs in shaped form is demonstrated for the first time. Its advantages for large-scale production and mass customisation are exemplified and validated with performance evaluation under realistic operating conditions.

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Faraday Discussions
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14 Jun 2022 11:10
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