Pseudo-2D Porous Networks via Interpenetration of 1D Zigzag Ladder-type Coordination Polymers: Adsorption and Separation of Xylene Isomers

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Self-assembly of AgPF<sub>6</sub> with a new <i>C</i><sub>3</sub>-symmetric tridentate <i>N</i>-donor ligand gives rise to unusual pseudo-2D porous networks with open channels via the interpenetration of 1D zigzag ladders. The open-channel networks selectively adsorb only <i>m</i>-xylene from the mixture of <i>o</i>- and <i>m</i>-xylene, with <i>o</i>-xylene thus acting as a channel-entrance stopper at room temperature. This system exemplifies unprecedented separation of <i>o</i>- and <i>m</i>-xylene.

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Lee, Soojin; Kim, Dongwon; Kim, Junhee; Jung, Ok-Sang (2020): Pseudo-2D Porous Networks via Interpenetration of

1D Zigzag Ladder-type Coordination Polymers: Adsorption and Separation

of Xylene Isomers. ACS Publications. Collection. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00336