Introduction to metal-organic frameworks: Progress, startups, and key barriers to commercialization

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are an exciting emerging material class with high porosity, precise tunability properties with flexibility for vast structural possibilities, and strong adsorption and desorption properties. Since 2018, research into MOFs has increased greatly from academic to industr...

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