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《Materials Review》 2017-13
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Progress in Application of Metal-organic Frameworks in Photocatalytic Reactions

WANG Liping;College of Chemistry and Environmental Science,Qujing Normal University;  
Environmental problem and energy crisis are two important problems that human face today.Photocatalysis is considered to be one of the effective methods to solve environmental problem and energy crisis.Metal-organic frameworks(MOFs)are a new class of porous crystalline materials that are built from metal ion or metal cluster and organic ligand.Due to their high surface area,ordered pore structure,tunable pore size and rich active site,MOFs have been widely applied in gas storage and separation,heterogeneous catalysis,semiconductors and biomimetic mineralization.Over the past decades,many researchers have tried to use MOFs as the photocatalysts for chemical reaction,and gained a number of outstanding achievements.Especially in recent years,the application of MOFs in photocatalysis has received more and more attention.In this work,MOFs as the photocatalysts for hydrogen production,CO_2 reduction,alkylation reaction,oxidation and reduction of organic compounds,cross-dehydrogenative coupling reaction and removal of environmental pollutants are reviewed,and the development trend of MOFs photocatalysts are put forward.
【Fund】: 云南省应用基础研究计划项目(2013FZ108)
【CateGory Index】: O643.36;O644.1
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