High-throughput computational prediction of the cost of carbon capture using mixed matrix membranes
High-pressure methane adsorption in porous Lennard-Jones crystals
Optimizing information content in MOF sensor arrays for analyzing methane-air mixtures
Thermal transport in interpenetrated metal-organic frameworks
Transient mass and thermal transport during methane adsorption into the metal–organic framework HKUST-1
Discovery of hypothetical hetero-interpenetrated MOFs with arbitrarily dissimilar topologies and unit cell shapes
Efficiently mapping structure–property relationships of gas adsorption in porous materials: application to Xe adsorption
Computational design of metal–organic framework arrays for gas sensing: Influence of array size and composition on sensor performance
Effect of pore size and shape on the thermal conductivity of metal-organic frameworks
Layer-by-layer assembled films of perylene diimide- and squaraine-containing metal–organic framework-like materials: Solar energy capture and directional energy transfer
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Mechanisms of heat transfer in porous crystals containing adsorbed gases: Applications to metal-organic frameworks
Enhanced gas sorption properties and unique behavior toward liquid water in a pillared-paddlewheel metal–organic framework transmetalated with Ni(II)
Exploring the limits of methane storage and delivery in nanoporous materials
High-throughput screening of porous crystalline materials for hydrogen storage capacity near room temperature
Metallacarborane-based metal-organic framework (MOF) with a complex topology
The effect of pyridine modification of Ni/DOBDC on CO2 capture under humid conditions
Carborane-based metal-organic framework with high methane and hydrogen storage capacities
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Large-scale quantitative structure-property relationship (QSPR) analysis of methane storage in metal-organic frameworks
Simultaneously high gravimetric and volumetric methane uptake characteristics of the metal-organic framework NU-111
Light harvesting and ultrafast energy migration in porphyrin-based metal-organic frameworks
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