Towards MOFs' mass market adoption: MOF Technologies' efficient and versatile one-step extrusion of shaped MOFs directly from raw materials

José Casaban, Yuancheng Zhang, Raul Pacheco, Ciaran Coney, Catherine Holmes, Emmajay Sutherland, Conor Hamill, John Breen, Stuart L James, Diego Tufano, Dennis Wong, Efstratios Stavrakakis, Hamza Annath, Ashleigh Moore

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Abstract

Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) offer unparalleled physical and sorption properties due to their chemical tunability and unmatched porosity. MOFs are consequently envisaged to play a key role in commercial gas storage and separation applications. However, it is essential to tackle their current market entry barriers, if mainstream adoption is to be realised. MOF Technologies is a pioneer in MOF commercialisation and has developed innovative solutions with unprecedented efficiency to bring these materials to market. A continuous, versatile and sustainable one-step production method of MOFs in shaped form is demonstrated for the first time. Its advantages for large-scale production and mass customisation are exemplified and validated with performance evaluation under realistic operating conditions.
Original languageEnglish
JournalFaraday Discussions
Early online date20 Apr 2021
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Publication statusEarly online date - 20 Apr 2021

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