MS33: Tuning Crystalline Frameworks and Their Applications Through Structural Design and Polymorphism

  • Jia Min Chin (University of Hull, United Kingdom)
  • Anthony Linden (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
  • George Ferguson (University of St Andrews, United Kingdom)
  • Date:     Thursday, 22. August 2019
  • Time:    10:00 - 12:00
  • Venue:  Kleiner Festsaal

Framework and supramolecular materials have immense versatility, including the ability to selectively adsorb and organise guest molecules that might be present in very small concentrations. This MS focuses on the challenges, opportunities and applications presented by the construction of host framework structures of all kinds: from MOFs, COFs, HOFs and crystalline sponges to solid state packing and polymorph hierarchy of supramolecular interactions.

10:00 MS33-01 Understanding the Structure-Derived Function of Metal-Organic Frameworks and their Application in Separations
Wendy L. Queen (Laboratory for Functional Inorganic Materials, Switzerland) | Abstract preview
10:30 MS33-02

Modulated Self-Assembly of Hard and Soft Porous Crystals
Ross Forgan (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom) | Abstract preview

11:00 MS33-03 Rules for Designing Rod Metal-Organic Frameworks: A Topological Approach
Ekaterina Vaganova (Samara Center for Theoretical Materials Science (SCTMS), Samara University, Russia) | Abstract preview
11:20 MS33-04 The Crystalline Sponge Method: Pitfalls, Challenges and Solutions
Rene de Gelder (Radboud University, Netherlands) | Abstract preview
11:40 MS33-05 Exploring the Dynamic Gas Adsorption Behaviour of a Family of Coordination Polymers through in situ Diffraction Techniques
Thomas Roseveare (The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom) | Abstract preview