George Shimizu
George Shimizu
Professor, Dept of Chemistry, Univ of Calgary
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Post-Combustion CO2 Capture Using Solid Sorbents: A Review
A Samanta, A Zhao, GKH Shimizu, P Sarkar, R Gupta
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 51 (4), 1438-1463, 2012
13142012
MOFs as proton conductors–challenges and opportunities
P Ramaswamy, NE Wong, GKH Shimizu
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (16), 5913-5932, 2014
8752014
Direct observation and quantification of CO2 binding within an amine-functionalized nanoporous solid
R Vaidhyanathan, SS Iremonger, GKH Shimizu, PG Boyd, S Alavi, ...
Science 330 (6004), 650-653, 2010
8092010
Anhydrous proton conduction at 150 C in a crystalline metal–organic framework
JA Hurd, R Vaidhyanathan, V Thangadurai, CI Ratcliffe, IL Moudrakovski, ...
Nature chemistry 1 (9), 705-710, 2009
6052009
Anhydrous proton conduction at 150 C in a crystalline metal–organic framework
JA Hurd, R Vaidhyanathan, V Thangadurai, CI Ratcliffe, IL Moudrakovski, ...
Nature chemistry 1 (9), 705-710, 2009
6052009
Phosphonate and sulfonate metal organic frameworks
GKH Shimizu, R Vaidhyanathan, JM Taylor
Chemical Society Reviews 38 (5), 1430-1449, 2009
5762009
Microporous metal− organic frameworks formed in a stepwise manner from luminescent building blocks
BD Chandler, DT Cramb, GKH Shimizu
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (32), 10403-10412, 2006
3712006
Facile proton conduction via ordered water molecules in a phosphonate metal− organic framework
JM Taylor, RK Mah, IL Moudrakovski, CI Ratcliffe, R Vaidhyanathan, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (40), 14055-14057, 2010
3602010
A water-stable metal–organic framework with highly acidic pores for proton-conducting applications
JM Taylor, KW Dawson, GKH Shimizu
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (4), 1193-1196, 2013
3402013
The supramolecular chemistry of the sulfonate group in extended solids
AP Côté, GKH Shimizu
Coordination chemistry reviews 245 (1-2), 49-64, 2003
3162003
Proton conduction with metal-organic frameworks
GKH Shimizu, JM Taylor, SR Kim
Science 341 (6144), 354-355, 2013
2902013
An amine-functionalized metal organic framework for preferential CO2 adsorption at low pressures
R Vaidhyanathan, SS Iremonger, KW Dawson, GKH Shimizu
Chemical communications, 5230-5232, 2009
2642009
Enhancing proton conduction in a metal–organic framework by isomorphous ligand replacement
SR Kim, KW Dawson, BS Gelfand, JM Taylor, GKH Shimizu
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (3), 963-966, 2013
2502013
Metal phosphonate chemistry: From synthesis to applications
T Albrecht-Schmitt, B Bujoli, C Cahill, R Murugavel, J Rocha, G Hix, ...
Royal Society of Chemistry, 2011
2272011
A Water Stable Magnesium MOF That Conducts Protons over 10–2 S cm–1
P Ramaswamy, NE Wong, BS Gelfand, GKH Shimizu
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (24), 7640-7643, 2015
2102015
Enhancing water stability of metal–organic frameworks via phosphonate monoester linkers
JM Taylor, R Vaidhyanathan, SS Iremonger, GKH Shimizu
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (35), 14338-14340, 2012
1762012
Mechanical gas capture and release in a network solid via multiple single-crystalline transformations
BD Chandler, GD Enright, KA Udachin, S Pawsey, JA Ripmeester, ...
Nature materials 7 (3), 229-235, 2008
1672008
Crystal engineering of a permanently porous network sustained exclusively by charge-assisted hydrogen bonds
SA Dalrymple, GKH Shimizu
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (40), 12114-12116, 2007
1642007
Supramolecular Arrays of 4,7‐Phenanthroline Complexes: Self‐Assembly of Molecular Pd6 Hexagons
JR Hall, SJ Loeb, GKH Shimizu, GPA Yap
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 37 (1‐2), 121-123, 1998
1541998
Highly selective guest uptake in a silver sulfonate network imparted by a tetragonal to triclinic shift in the solid state
SK Mäkinen, NJ Melcer, M Parvez, GKH Shimizu
Chemistry–A European Journal 7 (23), 5176-5182, 2001
1362001
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