We are professionals in obtaining a next-generation Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for industrial applications.
Metal-organic frameworks are organic-inorganic hybrid crystalline materials consisted of a regular array of positively charged metal ions surrounded by organic linker molecules.
MOFs, thanks to their porous nature and high surface areas can be used in a variety of applications such as drug delivery, gas adsorption, separations, storage, catalysis, sensors and more.
We will produce Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) based on your requirements meeting the highest standards.
Metal organic frameworks have drawn wide attention as potential catalysts, offering high densities of catalytic sites in high-area porous solids, some with stabilities at high temperatures.
Adsorption of gases on porous MOF materials increase the energy density of gaseous fuels in storage tanks for mobile applications.
Most MOFs are known to behave as insulators due to their low-energy charge transport pathways.
MOFs a class of functional materials, possess unique physical and chemical properties, demonstrating promise in food safety applications. In this review, the synthesis and porosity of MOFs are first introduced by some representative examples that pertain to the field of food safety.
MOFs have potential as air quality treatment media for various gaseous pollutants (e.g., ammonia) through diverse mechanisms (capture and catalytic degradation). A broad range of MOFs have been developed with numerous advantageous properties (e.g., high surface area, high degree of porosity, intrinsically tunable chemical structure, flexible architecture, and multifunctional properties) to meet strict air quality metrics.
MOFs have shown promising characteristics to be potential materials in the future of biosensing. Their ideal properties, especially their flexibility and tuneable synthesis, allow for the smart design of frameworks that could pave the way towards creation of sensors with unique molecular specificity and/or precise targeting for further imaging.