Our research interests center on the preparation and characterization of new coordination polymers/metal-organic framework with industrially relevant properties in catalysis, adsorption and separation, sensing properties and energy related applications. The research group is also interested in inorganic-organic hybrid materials in general and selected nanoparticle composite materials. The main activity of the research group is within materials discovery and crystal structure determination, characterization of the material’s fundamental chemical properties, and deduction of the corresponding structure-property relationship, frequently with the help of time-resolved synchrotron X-ray diffraction measurements.
Intriguing differences in hydrogen adsorption in CPO-27 materials induced by metal substitution. Mali H. Rosnes, Martin Opitz, Matthias Frontzek, Wiebke Lohstroh, Jan Peter Embs, Peter A. Georgiev and Pascal D. C. Dietzel*
Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2015, 3, 4827