The Future of MOFs?

Neil Champness gives Dalton Transactions the low-down on the future of metal-organic frameworks……

Neil Champness

We all know that MOFs are everywhere now but where are they going? Neil Champness provides us with his expert point of view on the future of metal-organic frameworks  in his recently published Dalton Transactions Frontier article. Find out where the challenges currently lie and the opportunities on the horizon for these hot hot compounds.

You can even download and read Neil’s exciting Frontier for free until the 4th October! Just click on the article title below:
The future of metal–organic frameworks
Neil R. Champness  
Dalton Trans., 2011, DOI: 10.1039/C1DT11184A

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2 Responses to “The Future of MOFs?”

  1. Kyle Finchsigmate says:

    ARG! Don’t end sentences with any of these words:

    http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/prepositions-list.htm

    Just delete the “to” in that first sentence… it’s driving me mad! It’s not even a necessary word!

    Also… Dalton has a blog? Interesting!

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  2. The ‘to’ is no more. I apologise for the error. Thanks Kyle.

    Glad you found our blog. You can follow it regularly by subscribing to the RSS feed http://blogs.rsc.org/dt/feed/

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