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Title: Selective sorption of oxygen and nitrous oxide by an electron donor-incorporated flexible coordination network
Authors: Shivanna, Mohana
Zheng, Jia-Jia
Ray, Keith G.
lto, Sho
Ashitani, Hirotaka
Kubota, Yoshiki
Kawaguchi, Shogo
Stavila, Vitalie
Yao, Ming-Shui
Fujikawa, Takao
Otake, Ken-ichi
Kitagawa, Susumu  kyouindb  KAKEN_id  orcid (unconfirmed)
Author's alias: 藤川, 鷹王
大竹, 研一
北川, 進
Keywords: Coordination chemistry
Metal–organic frameworks
Porous materials
Issue Date: 4-Apr-2023
Publisher: Springer Nature
Journal title: Communications Chemistry
Volume: 6
Thesis number: 62
Abstract: Incorporating strong electron donor functionality into flexible coordination networks is intriguing for sorption applications due to a built-in mechanism for electron-withdrawing guests. Here we report a 2D flexible porous coordination network, [Ni₂(4, 4′-bipyridine)(VTTF)₂]n(1) (where H₂VTTF = 2, 2′-[1, 2-bis(4-benzoic acid)-1, 2ethanediylidene]bis-1, 3-benzodithiole), which exhibits large structural deformation from the as-synthesized or open phase (1α) into the closed phase (1β) after guest removal, as demonstrated by X-ray and electron diffraction. Interestingly, upon exposure to electron-withdrawing species, 1β reversibly undergoes guest accommodation transitions; 1α⊃O₂ (90 K) and 1α⊃N₂O (185 K). Moreover, the 1β phase showed exclusive O₂ sorption over other gases (N₂, Ar, and CO) at 120 K. The phase transformations between the 1α and 1β phases under these gases were carefully investigated by in-situ X-ray diffraction, in-situ spectroscopic studies, and DFT calculations, validating that the unusual sorption was attributed to the combination of flexible frameworks and VTTF (electron-donor) that induces strong interactions with electron-withdrawing species.
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DOI(Published Version): 10.1038/s42004-023-00853-1
PubMed ID: 37016050
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