-Porous organic materials (POMs) are considered fundamentally valuable for gas storage.
-POMs generally possess stable and perpetual porosity, synthetic diversity, low mass densities, and physiochemical stability, which makes them immensely competitive in gas storage applications.
-We are now improving the design of porous materials and develop processes that result in intrinsic porosities, with the goal of enhancing the most common gases (H2, CH4 and CO2).
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- Yu, S.-Y.; Mahmood, J.; Noh, H.-J.; Seo, J.-M.; Jung, S.-M.; Shin, S.-H.; Im, Y.-K.; Jeon, I.-Y.; Baek, J.-B. “Direct Synthesis of Covalent Triazine-based Framework from Aromatic Amides” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 57, 1 – 6 (2018)