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Surface organometallic chemistry on Metal Organic Frameworks (MOF) : synthesis, characterization and their application in catalysis

Abstract : Metal organic frameworks (MOF) are a new class of material, which consist of metal ions or clusters coordinated to organic ligands or metal-organic complexes and result in 1D, 2D or 3D crystalline networks. The possibility of constructing new MOF has been exemplified in this thesis by development of imidazolium based MOF, a highly important ligand system in catalysis. Moreover, this work has performed post synthesis modification via surface organometallic chemistry on existing MOF: i) a known MOF, UiO-66, with relatively small pores has been functionalized with amino group and its gas adsorption capacity has been investigated, ii) the syntheses of a 3D open structure MOF, CPO-27, MOFs have been optimized and used as a precursor to produce a hydrodesulfurization catalyst after introducing active species via surface organometallic chemistry approach, whose catalytic performances have been measured
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Cherif Larabi. Surface organometallic chemistry on Metal Organic Frameworks (MOF) : synthesis, characterization and their application in catalysis. Other. Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I, 2011. English. ⟨NNT : 2011LYO10008⟩. ⟨tel-00858896⟩

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