Adsorbenskomposit mit gesteigerter Wärmeleitfähigkeit zur Verbesserung der Effizienz mobiler Methanadsorptionsspeicher

H. Niemeyer, A. Sengespeick, K. Meller, S. Schlüter, E. Schieferstein, G. Deerberg (2013)

In: Chemie Ingenieur Technik, 85 (9), S. 1363. DOI: 10.1002/cite.201250645.

(= Abstract zum Vortrag bei der Jahrestagung der Fachgemeinschaft Fluiddynamik und Trenntechnik, Würzburg, 25.-27.09.2013)

Metal-Organic Frameworks as humidity sensor

Laura Schlechte, Bettina Wehring, Nicole Klein, Harald Beese, Wulf Grählert, Stefan Kaskel

VDE Conference Publications, Sensoren und Messsysteme 03.-04.06.2014 in Nürnberg

This work demonstrates the high potential of MOFs serving as a sensor material for the detection of low water vapour concentration (ppm). Thin HKUST-1 MOF-coatings were characterized by FT-NIR and UV/Vis-spectroscopy during the adsorption of water vapour at different concentration levels.

MIL-100(Al, Fe) as water adsorbents for heat transformation purposes - a promising application

Felix Jeremias ,  Anupam Khutia ,  Stefan K. Henninger and Christoph Janiak

J. Mater. Chem., 2012, 22, 10148–10151

The adsorption/desorption of up to 0.75 g of water vapour per g of the porous MOFs 3D-{M3O(X)(H2O)2[btc]2·nH2O}, MIL-100 (M = Al, Fe; X = OH, F, btc = benzene-1,3,5-tricarboxylate, trimesate), occurs at small relative pressures of p/p0 < 0.4 and a comparatively small hysteresis. Together with very good cycle stability, these properties render both MIL-100(Al and Fe) very suitable candidates for thermally driven heat pumps or adsorption chillers.

High-throughput screening: speeding up porous materials discoveryPublikationen

Philipp Wollmann, Matthias Leistner, Ulrich Stoeck, Ronny Grünker, Kristina Gedrich, Nicole Klein, Oliver Throl, Wulf Grählert, Irena Senkovska, Frieder Dreisbach and Stefan Kaskel

Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 5151-5153.

A new tool (Infrasorb-12) for the screening of porosity is described, identifying high surface area materials in a very short time with high accuracy. Further, an example for the application of the tool in the discovery of new cobalt-based metal–organic frameworks is given.

Water Adsorption Characteristics of MIL-101 for Heat-Transformation Applications of MOFs

Johannes Ehrenmann, Stefan K. Henninger, Christoph Janiak

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2011, 471–474.

The adsorption of water vapor in the highly porous metal-organic framework (MOF) of 3D-[Cr3F(H2O)2O(bdc)3·~25H2O] (MIL-101) (bdc = benzene-1,4-dicarboxylate, terephthalate) of up to 1 g of water per gram of sorbent material (between 140 °C and 40 °C under a water vapor pressure of 5.6 kPa) together with the stability over several cycles makes MIL-101 the most promising material, so far, for heat transformation applications like thermally driven heat pumps or adsorption chillers.

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