Porous framework materials for energy & environment relevant applications: A systematic review

Yutao Liu, Liyu Chen, Lifeng Yang, Tianhao Lan, Hui Wang, Chenghong Hu, Xue Han, Qixing Liu, Jianfa Chen, Zeming Feng, Xili Cui, Qianrong Fang, Hailong Wang, Libo Li, Yingwei Li, Huabin Xing, Sihai Yang, Dan Zhao, Jinping Li

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Abstract

Carbon peaking and carbon neutralization trigger a technical revolution in energy & environment related fields. Development of new technologies for green energy production and storage, industrial energy saving and efficiency reinforcement, carbon capture, and pollutant gas treatment is in highly imperious demand. The emerging porous framework materials such as metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), covalent organic frameworks (COFs) and hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks (HOFs), owing to the permanent porosity, tremendous specific surface area, designable structure and customizable functionality, have shown great potential in major energy-consuming industrial processes, including sustainable energy gas catalytic conversion, energy-efficient industrial gas separation and storage. Herein, this manuscript presents a systematic review of porous framework materials for global and comprehensive energy & environment related applications, from a macroscopic and application perspective.

Original languageEnglish
JournalGreen Energy & Environment
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2023

Keywords

  • Carbon neutrality
  • Catalysis
  • Gas storage
  • Porous framework materials
  • Separation

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