Tag Archives: Hydrocarbon

Publication: Adsorption and diffusion of light hydrocarbons in UiO-66

I’ve been involved in an additional work on UiO-66: The study of the adsorption and diffusion of light hydrocarbons. The publication has just been accepted in J. Phys. Chem. C.

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Publication: Methane storage and hydrocarbon separation in tbo-MOFs

During my time in Kaust I have been involved in visualization project in collaboration with the Kaust VisLab.

With the great help of Daniel Acevedo and some of my colleagues my colleagues, I directed the creation of a video that explains one of the powerful design approach to design MOFs.

Besides this exciting video project, I really believe the sorption/separation studies presented in Hasnaa and Youssef’s paper, just accepted in RSC Advances are pretty interesting !

Soon available as pdf.

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Media: gea-MOFs highlighted on Nature Middle East

Nature Middle East is a website from the prestigious Nature Publishing Group which highlights the top research conducted in the Middle East.

I am really glad that my paper about topological transplantation in MOFs, just published in Nature Chemistry (get the article as pdf), attracted the attention of the Nature Middle East editors !

Check the highlight here.

Publication: Topological transplantations in MOFs – Nature Chemistry

My main post-doctoral project are finally published ! After a long time working, designing, and writing up, the paper is now out in the prestigious journal Nature Chemistry. This nice work is also highlighted on the cover of the journal. (get the article as pdf)

Nature Chemistry cover (August 2014) highlighting the gea-MOF paper

I must thank my colleague and friend Ɓukasz, the great organic chemist who made the crazy ligand become real ! Continue reading Publication: Topological transplantations in MOFs – Nature Chemistry