OkSangJung

Porous Crystalline Matrix for Task-Specific Functions

Ok-Sang Jung (oksjung@pusan.ac.kr)
Ok-Sang Jung (oksjung@pusan.ac.kr)
The self-assemblies of metal cations with new multi-dentate ligands produce various porous crystalline matrix such as metal–organic nanotube (MONT), metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), zeolite L-mimic metal–organic framework (ZLMOF), and nanotube.(NT) showing the following functions: 1) The advanced triple-functions as a reservoir for unstable reactants, a photoreaction platform, and a byproduct-scavenger; 2) The hydrophobic nano-channel that effectively adsorbs a wide range of fused aromatic hydrocarbons (FAHs) for energy-transfer materials; 3) Trapping agents of an iodomethyl radical (·CH2I) via single crystal-to-single crystal photoreaction without destruction of the suprachannel; 4) Crystalline matrix for molecular structure determination of a wide range of liquid chemicals via single-crystal-to-single-crystal (SCSC) guest exchange; 5) Confined catalysts.
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