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UiO-66 series - Zirconium 1,4‐dicarboxybenzene

The stability of MOFs is largely determined by the structure of the inorganic brick and the nature of the chemical bonds it forms with the linker. UiO‐66 (and isoreticular UiO‐67 and UiO‐68), however, is a zirconium‐based MOF with very high surface area (1147m²/g) and unprecedented stability. Developed by Prof. Karl Petter Lillerud of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Oslo, UiO-66 is comprised of Zr6O4(OH)4 octahedra that are 12-fold connected to adjacent octahedra through a 1,4-benzenedicarboxylate (BDC) linker, resulting in a highly packed fcc structure.
MOFapps is the exclusive supplier of UiO-66 series by licence of the University of Oslo.



UiO-66 structure


Al(fumarate)(OH)

Product Number: MTA1
Surface Area: 900-1000 m²/g
Properties: Highly stable to water




Zn(methylimidazolate)2(ZIF-8)

Product Number: MTA2
Surface Area: 1650-1800 m²/g
Properties: Stable to water

ZIF-8 structure

Co(methylimidazolate)2(ZIF-67)

Product Number: MTA3
Surface Area: 1500-1800 m²/g
Properties: Stable to water




Cu3(BTC)2(HKUST-1)

Product Number: MTA4
Surface Area: 1500-1600 m²/g
Properties: Open metal sites, high methane capacity

HKUST-1 structure

Other available MOF materials:
MIL series

MIL-68MIL-100

MIL-101

 

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