Cyclodextrin-metal–organic framework (CD-MOF): From synthesis to applications

T. Rajkumar, Deepak Kukkar, Ki Hyun Kim, Jong Ryeul Sohn, Akash Deep

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Abstract

Porous coordination compounds, commonly known as metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), exhibit many unique characteristics (e.g., high surface area, high porosity, and tunability). The corresponding naturally occurring counterparts, CD-MOFs have opened a new avenue of research in light of its non-toxic, edible, and renewable nature. These characteristics have led to their applications into numerous directions including drug delivery, CO2 capture, separation/purification, adsorption, sensors, food packaging, electrical conductors, memristors, photocatalysis, and polymerization. In this review, we provide a brief discussion about the available technologies for the synthesis of CD-MOFs and their applications in many prospective areas.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
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Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2019 Jan 1

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Cyclodextrins
Memristors
Photocatalysis
Drug delivery
Purification
Packaging
Porosity
Polymerization
Adsorption
Sensors
Direction compound

Keywords

  • Applications
  • CD
  • CD-MOF
  • MOF
  • Structure
  • Synthesis

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  • Chemical Engineering(all)

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Cyclodextrin-metal–organic framework (CD-MOF) : From synthesis to applications. / Rajkumar, T.; Kukkar, Deepak; Kim, Ki Hyun; Sohn, Jong Ryeul; Deep, Akash.

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