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Storage of hydrogen, methane, carbon dioxide in electron-rich porous aromatic framework (JUC-Z2)

A 2D microporous electron-rich porous aromatic framework JUC-Z2 with high physicochemical stability and large surface area was studied in detail for their low-pressure N2, Ar, H2, CO2, CH4 sorption. Its hydrogen, methane, and carbon dioxide storage capacities are 181 cm3 g−1 (77 K/760 mmHg), 25 cm3 g−1 (273 K/760 mmHg), and 71 cm3 g−1 (273 K/760 mmHg), respectively. Gas molecule recognition at 273 K was performed and results show only greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane could be adsorbed onto JUC-Z2.

Authors:   Cuiying Pei, Teng Ben, Yan Cui, Shilun Qiu
Journal:   Adsorption
Year:   2012
DOI:   10.1007/s10450-012-9416-0
Publication date:   23-Oct-2012
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