Gas Storage

gas storage-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).


Further reading

  1. Mahmood, J.; Kim, S.-J.; Noh, H.-J.; Jung, S.-M.; Li, F.; Seo, J.-M.; Baek, J.-B. “A Robust 3D Cage‐like Ultramicroporous Network Structure with High Gas‐Uptake Capacity” Angewandte Chemie International Edition 57 3415-3420 (2018)
  2. 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)