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Type: Journal article
Title: Mineralization-inspired synthesis of magnetic zeolitic imidazole framework composites
Author: Terzopoulou, A.
Hoop, M.
Chen, X.
Hirt, A.
Charilaou, M.
Shen, Y.
Mushtaq, F.
del Pino, A.
Logofatu, C.
Simonelli, L.
de Mello, A.
Doonan, C.
Sort, J.
Nelson, B.
Pané, S.
Puigmartí-Luis, J.
Citation: Angewandte Chemie, 2019; 58(38):13550-13555
Publisher: Wiley
Issue Date: 2019
ISSN: 1433-7851
1521-3773
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Anastasia Terzopoulou, Marcus Hoop, Xiang-Zhong Chen, Ann M. Hirt, Michalis Charilaou, Yang Shen, Fajer Mushtaq, Angel Pérez del Pino, Constantin Logofatu, Laura Simonelli, Andrew J. de Mello, Christian J. Doonan, Jordi Sort, Bradley J. Nelson, Salvador Pané, and Josep Puigmartí-Luis
Abstract: Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) capable of mobility and manipulation are attractive materials for potential applications in targeted drug delivery, catalysis, and small-scale machines. One way of rendering MOFs navigable is incorporating magnetically responsive nanostructures, which usually involve at least two preparation steps: the growth of the magnetic nanomaterial and its incorporation during the synthesis of the MOF crystals. Now, by using optimal combinations of salts and ligands, zeolitic imidazolate framework composite structures with ferrimagnetic behavior can be readily obtained via a one-step synthetic procedure, that is, without the incorporation of extrinsic magnetic components. The ferrimagnetism of the composite originates from binary oxides of iron and transition metals such as cobalt. This approach exhibits similarities to the natural mineralization of iron oxide species, as is observed in ores and in biomineralization.
Keywords: Biomedical applications; magnetism; metal–organic frameworks; zeolitic imidazolate frameworks
Description: International Edition (English)
Rights: © 2019 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
RMID: 0030133390
DOI: 10.1002/anie.201907389
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