"Metal-Organic Frameworks" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Supramolecular networks that consist of ordered arrangements of organic electron donor linkers (usually ditopic or polytopic organic carboxylates) and metal cations. They can have an extremely high surface area and adjustable pore size that allows for the insertion of other molecules capable of various functions such as catalysis, capture of carbon dioxide, and drug delivery.
- Metal-Organic Frameworks
- Frameworks, Metal-Organic
- Metal Organic Frameworks
- Porous Coordination Networks
- Coordination Networks, Porous
- Networks, Porous Coordination
- Porous Coordination Polymers
- Coordination Polymers, Porous
- Polymers, Porous Coordination
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