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Cationic Mn2+/H+ exchange leading a slow solid-state transformation of a 2D porphyrinic network at ambient conditions
Metalloporphyrins exhibit outstanding chemical, physical and biological properties in dissolution, however, it is a challenge to synthesize them as stable solid frameworks. Long-time stability is crucial for future ...
Highly thermally stable heterogeneous catalysts: study of 0D and 3D porphyrinic MOFs
(The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017-11-13)
Heterogeneous catalysts are a great bet for green chemistry in many industrial processes and, in the past decade, promising results have been achieved in order to improve the catalytic activity of Metal Organic Frameworks ...
Effect of the synthesis conditions on the properties of La0.15Sm0.35Sr0.08Ba0.42FeO3-a cathode material for SOFCs
The perovskite La0.15Sm0.35Sr0.08Ba0.42FeO3-a has been prepared by the glycine nitrate (GNC) route, varying the fuel/oxidizer ratio (glycine/nitrate, G/N= 1 and 2) and cooling rate (slow cooling and air-quenched), in order ...
Scalable synthetic method for SOFC compounds
Although economically competitive SOFC systems seems to be ready for commercialization, a broad inventory of key starting materials and fabrication processes are needed to enhance systems and reduce costs. These ...
Designing multifunctional pigments for an improved energy efficiency in buildings
Materials science offers solutions that when are combined can offer important energy savings in the building sector. In this study, high reflectance coating and thermal storage capacity are combined with the aim of improving ...