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Enabling alternative ethylene production through its selective adsorption in the metal–organic framework Mn2(m-dobdc)

The unique adsorptive properties of metal–organic frameworks open the door to new processes for energy and raw materials production. One such process is the oxidative coupling of methane for the generation of ethylene, which has limited viability due to the high cost of cryogenic distillation. Rather than employing

Authors:   Jonathan E. Bachman; Douglas A. Reed; Matthew T. Kapelewski; Gaurav Chachra; Divya Jonnavittula; Guido Radaelli; Jeffrey R. Long
Journal:   Energy & Environmental Science
DOI:   10.1039/C8EE01332B
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  • Cryogenic
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