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Porous materials with optimal adsorption thermodynamics and kinetics for CO2 separation
P Nugent, Y Belmabkhout, SD Burd, AJ Cairns, R Luebke, K Forrest, ...
Nature 495 (7439), 80-84, 2013
20022013
Targeted synthesis of a porous aromatic framework with high stability and exceptionally high surface area
T Ben, H Ren, S Ma, D Cao, J Lan, X Jing, W Wang, J Xu, F Deng, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (50), 9457-9460, 2009
15132009
Gas storage in porous metal–organic frameworks for clean energy applications
S Ma, HC Zhou
Chemical Communications 46 (1), 44-53, 2010
13582010
Metal-organic framework from an anthracene derivative containing nanoscopic cages exhibiting high methane uptake
S Ma, D Sun, JM Simmons, CD Collier, D Yuan, HC Zhou
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (3), 1012-1016, 2008
9082008
Postsynthetically modified covalent organic frameworks for efficient and effective mercury removal
Q Sun, B Aguila, J Perman, LD Earl, CW Abney, Y Cheng, H Wei, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 139 (7), 2786-2793, 2017
7092017
Framework-catenation isomerism in metal− organic frameworks and its impact on hydrogen uptake
S Ma, D Sun, M Ambrogio, JA Fillinger, S Parkin, HC Zhou
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (7), 1858-1859, 2007
7032007
An interweaving MOF with high hydrogen uptake
D Sun, S Ma, Y Ke, DJ Collins, HC Zhou
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (12), 3896-3897, 2006
6392006
Immobilization of MP-11 into a mesoporous metal–organic framework, MP-11@ mesoMOF: a new platform for enzymatic catalysis
V Lykourinou, Y Chen, XS Wang, L Meng, T Hoang, LJ Ming, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (27), 10382-10385, 2011
5612011
Metal–metalloporphyrin frameworks: a resurging class of functional materials
WY Gao, M Chrzanowski, S Ma
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (16), 5841-5866, 2014
5462014
Covalent organic frameworks for separation applications
Z Wang, S Zhang, Y Chen, Z Zhang, S Ma
Chemical Society Reviews 49 (3), 708-735, 2020
5232020
A metal− organic framework with entatic metal centers exhibiting high gas adsorption affinity
S Ma, HC Zhou
Journal of the american chemical society 128 (36), 11734-11735, 2006
5212006
Rationally designed micropores within a metal− organic framework for selective sorption of gas molecules
B Chen, S Ma, F Zapata, FR Fronczek, EB Lobkovsky, HC Zhou
Inorganic Chemistry 46 (4), 1233-1236, 2007
5082007
Crystal Engineering of an nbo Topology Metal–Organic Framework for Chemical Fixation of CO2 under Ambient Conditions
WY Gao, Y Chen, Y Niu, K Williams, L Cash, PJ Perez, L Wojtas, J Cai, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (10), 2615-2619, 2014
5012014
Mercury nano-trap for effective and efficient removal of mercury (II) from aqueous solution
B Li, Y Zhang, D Ma, Z Shi, S Ma
Nature communications 5 (1), 5537, 2014
4622014
Applications of metal-organic frameworks featuring multi-functional sites
B Li, M Chrzanowski, Y Zhang, S Ma
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 307, 106-129, 2016
4562016
Metal‐Organic Frameworks for CO2 Chemical Transformations
H He, JA Perman, G Zhu, S Ma
Small 12 (46), 6309-6324, 2016
4242016
Cobalt imidazolate framework as precursor for oxygen reduction reaction electrocatalysts
S Ma, GA Goenaga, AV Call, DJ Liu
Chemistry–A European Journal 17 (7), 2063-2067, 2011
4212011
A mesh‐adjustable molecular sieve for general use in gas separation
S Ma, D Sun, XS Wang, HC Zhou
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 46 (14), 2458-2462, 2007
4052007
Covalent organic frameworks as a decorating platform for utilization and affinity enhancement of chelating sites for radionuclide sequestration
Q Sun, B Aguila, LD Earl, CW Abney, L Wojtas, PK Thallapally, S Ma
Advanced Materials 30 (20), 1705479, 2018
3752018
Flexibility matters: cooperative active sites in covalent organic framework and threaded ionic polymer
Q Sun, B Aguila, J Perman, N Nguyen, S Ma
Journal of the American Chemical Society 138 (48), 15790-15796, 2016
3722016
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