An Ordered Crystal Structure of IRMOF-3

  • Yim, Ha-Neul (Department of Chemistry, Soongsil University) ;
  • Kang, Eun-Young (Department of Chemistry, Soongsil University) ;
  • Kim, Ja-Heon (Department of Chemistry, Soongsil University)
  • Published : 2010.04.20



MOF;Zn(II);2-Amino-1,4-terephthalic acid;Crystal structure;Polymorph


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