MOFs for energy and the environment: Faraday Discussion – Now Published

We are delighted to announce the publication of the Faraday Discussions volume on MOFs for energy and the environment which we hope will be of interest to you:

Take a look at the whole issue today:

 In the volume you can find all the papers and exciting discussion from the conference held Online in June 2021.


Here are just some of the highlights:

Spiers Memorial Lecture: Coordination networks that switch between nonporous and porous structures: an emerging class of soft porous crystals

Shi-Qiang Wang, Soumya Mukherjee and Michael J. Zaworotko

Faraday Discuss., 2021, 231, 9-50 


Concluding remarks: current and next generation MOFs

Ming-Shui Yao, Ken-ichi Otake, Zi-Qian Xue and Susumu Kitagawa

Faraday Discuss., 2021, 231, 397-417


A high-throughput screening of metal–organic framework based membranes for biogas upgrading

Joseph Glover and Elena Besley

Faraday Discuss., 2021, 231, 235-257


Thermodynamic exploration of xenon/krypton separation based on a high-throughput screening

Emmanuel Ren and François-Xavier Coudert

Faraday Discuss., 2021, 231, 201-223


Monolithic metal–organic frameworks for carbon dioxide separation

David G. Madden, Robin Babu, Ceren Çamur, Nakul Rampal, Joaquin Silvestre-Albero, Teresa Curtin and David Fairen-Jimenez

Faraday Discuss., 2021, 231, 51-65


As well as the RSC Prize and Award talk: 2020 Sustainable Water Award:

‘Eye’ of the molecule—a viewpoint

Seungkyu Lee and Omar M. Yaghi

Faraday Discuss., 2021, 231, 145-149


Faraday Discussions are a unique opportunity to discuss your work with leading researchers in developing areas of chemistry and its interfaces with other scientific disciplines.

All delegates have the opportunity to present their views on the Discussion papers and their own new research. All the presented papers and the discussion are published together in the Faraday Discussions volume.

 Don’t miss out – find out more about Faraday Discussions the journal and take a look at future Faraday Discussion meetings, including:

Mechanochemistry: Fundamentals, applications and future

12–14 September 2022, Cambridge, UK and Online

Oral abstract deadline: 10 January 2022

Submit an abstract

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