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Proton Conductors based on Metal Phosphonate Hybrid Materials for PEM Fuel Cells
The necessity of energy and power generation is constantly growing. Fossils fuels are quickly becoming unsatisfactory substrates due to both their emission of pollutants and their finite expectancy. Fuel cells are one of ...
Photocatalytic behavior of phosphonate-based hybrid materials on dyes and phenols degradation
There is increasing interest in using heterogeneous catalysis for mineralization of organic pollutants. Within Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs), Photo-Fenton reaction is one of the most efficient methodologies. To ...
Tuning Proton Conductivity in A Multifunctional Calcium Phosphonate Hybrid Framework
Multi-chelating phosphonate ligands are organic linkers alternative to polycarboxylates and other ligands providing synthetic access to a number of thermally- and chemically-stable MOFs . Metal phosphonates are amenable ...
Structural Variability in Multifunctional Metal Xylenediaminetetraphosphonate Hybrids
The two cornerstones in the field of MOFs are the Secondary Building Units (SBU’s or “bricks”) and the organic linkers. The structural tunability of crystalline MOFs coupled, when possible, with high chemical and thermal ...
Proton conductivity of multifunctional metal phosphonate frameworks
Metal phosphonates exhibit attractive characteristics for proton conductivity, such as tunable functionality, chemical and thermal stability and the existence of H-bond networks with acidic protons within their structure.1 In ...