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具有多相催化性能的金属有机框架的研究进展

林晓明 霍永康 罗浩伟 蔡跃鹏

林晓明, 霍永康, 罗浩伟, 蔡跃鹏. 具有多相催化性能的金属有机框架的研究进展[J]. 华南师范大学学报(自然科学版), 2015, 47(6): 17-23.
引用本文: 林晓明, 霍永康, 罗浩伟, 蔡跃鹏. 具有多相催化性能的金属有机框架的研究进展[J]. 华南师范大学学报(自然科学版), 2015, 47(6): 17-23.
Process on Metal-Orgainc Frameworks for Heterogeneous Catalysis[J]. Journal of South China normal University (Natural Science Edition), 2015, 47(6): 17-23.
Citation: Process on Metal-Orgainc Frameworks for Heterogeneous Catalysis[J]. Journal of South China normal University (Natural Science Edition), 2015, 47(6): 17-23.

具有多相催化性能的金属有机框架的研究进展

基金项目: 

具有多相催化性能的金属-有机框架的合成及反应研究

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    通讯作者:

    林晓明

  • 中图分类号: O641.4

Process on Metal-Orgainc Frameworks for Heterogeneous Catalysis

  • 摘要: 相比传统的多孔碳和无机沸石材料,金属-有机骨架(MOFs)具有制备方便、易于修饰、高孔隙率、大比表面积、框架规模大小可调等优点,由于它们在气体存储、吸附分离、多相催化、磁性的潜在应用而受到广泛关注。本文首先介绍了MOFs作为多相催化剂所具有的独特特点;其次评估MOFs作为催化剂的潜力,重点从MOFs的结构要素出发总结了MOFs作为多相催化剂的应用现状。最后讨论了MOFs作为多相催化剂需要重视的问题,为定向合成此类材料在催化方面的应用提供有意义的实验基础和理论价值。
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DOI: 10.1039/B718371B [6]Schlichte K, Kratzke T, Kaskel S.Improved synthesis,thermal stability and catalytic properties of the metal-organic framework compound Cu3(BTC)2[J].Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2004, 73(1-2):81-88 [7]Dinca M, Dailly A, Liu Y, et al.Hydrogen storage in a microporous metal-organic framework with exposed Mn2+ coordination sites[J].Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 2006, 128(51):16876-16883 [8]Wu P, He C, Wang J, et al.Photoactive chiral metal-organic frameworks for light-driven asymmetric alpha-alkylation of aldehydes[J].Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 2012, 134(36):14991-14999 [9] Banerjee M, Das S, Yoon M, et al.Postsynthetic modification switches an achiral framework to catalytically active homochiral metal-organic porous materials [J]. Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 2009, 131: 7524-7525. DOI: 10.1021/ja901440g [10] Seo J S, Whang D, et al.A homochiral metal-organic porous material for enantioselective separation and catalysis [J]. Nature, 2000, 404: 982-986. DOI:10.1038/35010088 [11]Hasegawa S, Horike S, Matsuda R, et al.Three-dimensional porous coordination polymer functionalized with amide groups based on tridentate ligand: selective sorption and catalysis[J].Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 2007, 129(9):2607-2614 [12] Gascon J, Aktay U, et al.Amino-based metal-organic frameworks as stable, highly active basic catalysts [J]. Journal of Catalysis, 2009, 261: 75-87. DOI:10.1016/j.jcat.2008.11.010 [13]Meng L, Cheng Q, Kim C, et al.Crystal engineering of a microporous,catalytically active fcu topology MOF using a custom-designed metalloporphyrin linker[J].Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2012, 51(40):10082-10085 [14]Lun D J, Waterhouse G I, Telfer S G.A general thermolabile protecting group strategy for organocatalytic metal-organic frameworks[J].Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 2011, 133(15):5806-5809 [15]Song F, Wang C, Falkowski J M, et al.Isoreticular Chiral metal-organic frameworks for asymmetric alkene epoxidation: tuning catalytic activity by controlling framework catenation and varying open channel sizes[J].Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 2010, 132(43):15390-15398 [16] Song F, Wang C, Lin W.A chiral metal-organic framework for sequential asymmetric catalysis [J]. Chemical Communications, 2011, 47: 8256-8258. DOI: 10.1039/C1CC12701B [17] Wang Z, Cohen S M.Postsynthetic modification of metal-organic frameworks [J]. Chemical Society Reviews, 2009, 38: 1315-1329. DOI: 10.1039/B802258P [18] Jack D E, Christopher J S, Christian J D.Post-synthetic metalation of metal-organic frameworks [J]. Chemical Society Reviews, 2014, 43: 5933-5951. DOI: 10.1039/C4CS00076E [19]Savonnet M, Aguado S, Ravon U, et al.Solvent free base catalysis and transesterification over basic functionalised metal-organic frameworks[J].Green Chemistry, 2009, 11(11):1729-1732 [20]Zhang X, Llabrés i Xamena F X, Corma A.Gold(III)- metal organic framework bridges the gap between homogeneous and heterogeneous gold catalysts[J].Journal of Catalysis, 2009, 265(2):155-160 [21] Bhattacharjee S, Yang D A, Ahn W S.A new heterogeneous catalyst for epoxidation of alkenes via one-step post-functionalization of IRMOF-3 with a manganese(II) acetylacetonate complex [J]. Chemical Communications, 2011, 47: 3637-3639. DOI: 10.1039/C1CC00069A [22]Schr?der F, Fischer R A.Doping of metal-organic frameworks with functional guest molecules and nanoparticles[J].Topics in Current Chemistry, 2009, 293(18):77-113 [23] Meilikhov M, Yusenko K, Esken D, et al.Metals@MOFs-loading MOFs with metal nanoparticles for hybrid functions [J]. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2010, 44: 3701-3714. DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201000473 [24] Canivet J, Aguados S, Schuurman Y, et al.MOF-supported selective ethylene dimerization single-site catalysts through one-pot postsynthetic modification [J]. Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 2013, 135(11), 4195-4198. DOI: 10.1021/ja312120x [25] Huang Y, Liu S, Lin Z, et al.Facile synthesis of palladium nanoparticles encapsulated in amin-functionalized mesoporous metal-organic frameworks and catalystic for dehalogenation of aryl chlorides[J]., 2012, 292:111-117 [26]Zhu Q L, Li J, Xu Q.Immobilizing metal nanoparticles to metal-organic frameworks with size and location control for optimizing catalytic performance[J].Journal of the American Chemistry Society, 2013, 135(28):10210-10213
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