MOF books

A list of books about metal-organic frameworks, coordination polymers, and reticular chemistry


Molecule-based Materials – The Structural Network Approach

by Lars Öhrström and Krister Larsson

Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2005
324 pages
$ 245.00

ISBN-13: 978-0-444-51268-2

Table of Contents

1. Introduction and a short dictionary of network terminology
2. Why bother with nets?
3. What is a net?
4. Naming the nets and finding them
5. The most common 3D-nets
6. Three-connected nets
7. Four-connected nets
8. Nets with both three- and four-connected nodes
9. Nets with higher connectivity than four
10. Some mathematics related to 3D-nets
11. Interpenetration – strategies and nomenclature
12. 3D-nets as specific synthetic targets – Crystal Engineering
13. Computational tools

Design and Construction of Coordination Polymers

Editors: Mao-Chun Hong & Ling Chen

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, USA, 2009
410 pages
$ 140.00

ISBN: 978-0-470-29450-5

Table of Contents

1. Coordinative Flexibility of Monovalent Silver in [AgL1]L2 Complexes
2. Indium(III)–Organic Coordination Polymers with Versatile Topological Structures Based on Multicarboxylate Ligands
3. Crystal Engineering of Coordination Polymers via Solvothermal In Situ Metal–Ligand Reactions
4. Construction of Some Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Complexes Based on Polyoxometalates
5. Silver(I) Coordination Polymers
6. Tuning Structures and Properties of Coordination Polymers by the Noncoordinating Backbone of Bridging Ligands
7. Ferroelectric Metal–Organic Coordination Compounds
8. Constructing Magnetic Molecular Solids by Employing Three-Atom Ligands as Bridges
9. Structures and Properties of Heavy Main-Group Iodometalates
10. Cluster-Based Supramolecular Compounds from Mo(W)/Cu/S Cluster Precursors
11. Microporous Metal–Organic Frameworks as Functional Materials for Gas Storage and Separation
12. Design and Construction of Metal–Organic Frameworks for Hydrogen Storage and Selective Gas Adsorption
13. Structure and Activity of Some Bioinorganic Coordination Complexes

Coordination Polymers –
Design, Analysis and Application

By Stuart R. Batten, Suzanne M. Neville and David R. Turner

RSC Publishing, Cambridge, UK, 2009
424 pages
£ 139.99

ISBN: 978-0-85404-837-3

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Nets: A Tool for Description and Design
3. Interpenetration
4. Malleability of Coordination Polymers
5. Transition Metal Coordination Polymers
6. Rare Earth Coordination Polymers
7. Organometallic Networks
8. Inorganic–Organic Hybrids
9. Magnetism in Coordination Polymers
10. Porous Coordination Polymers
11. Acentric and Chiral Networks
12. Reactive Coordination Polymers
13. Other Properties of Coordination Polymers


Metal-Organic Frameworks: Design and Application

Editor: Leonard R. MacGillivray

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, USA, 2010
349 Pages
$ 153.00

ISBN: 978-0-470-19556-7

Table of Contents

1. From Hofmann Complexes to Organic Coordination Networks
2. Insight into the Development of Metal-Organic Materials (MOMs): At Zeolite-like Metal-Organic Frameworks (ZMOFs)
3. Topology and Interpenetration
4. Highly-Connected Metal-Organic Frameworks
5. Surface Pore Engineering of Porous Coordination Polymers
6. Rational Design of Non-centrosymmetric Metal-Organic Frameworks for Second-Order Nonlinear Optics
7. Selective Sorption of Gases and Vapors in Metal-Organic Frameworks
8. Hydrogen and Methane Storage in Metal-Organic Frameworks
9. Towards Mechanochemical Synthesis of Metal-Organic Frameworks: From Coordination Polymers and Lattice Inclusion Compounds to Porous Materials
10. Metal-Organic Frameworks with Photochemical Building Units
11. Molecular Modeling of Adsorption and Diffusion in Metal-Organic Frameworks


Functional Metal-Organic Frameworks: Gas Storage, Separation and Catalysis

Part of the Topics in Current Chemistry book series (TOPCURRCHEM, volume 293)

Editor: Martin Schröder

Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, Germany 2010
262 pages
€ 260.00

ISBN: 978-3-642-14612-1

Table of Contents

1. Microporous Organic Polymers: Design, Synthesis, and Function
2. Hydrogen, Methane and Carbon Dioxide Adsorption in Metal-Organic Framework Materials
3. Doping of Metal-Organic Frameworks with Functional Guest Molecules and Nanoparticles
4. Chiral Metal-Organic Porous Materials: Synthetic Strategies and Applications in Chiral Separation and Catalysis
5. Controlled Polymerization by Incarceration of Monomers in Nanochannels
6. Designing Metal-Organic Frameworks for Catalytic Applications
7. Magnetic and Porous Molecule-Based Materials


Metal-Organic Frameworks
Applications from Catalysis to Gas Storage

Editor: David Farrusseng

Wiley-VCH Verlag & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, Germany, 2011
414 pages
$ 170.00

ISBN: 978-3-527-32870-3

Table of Contents

1. Design of Porous Coordination Polymers/Metal–Organic Frameworks: Past, Present and Future
2. Design of Functional Metal–Organic Frameworks by Post-Synthetic Modification
3. Thermodynamic Methods for Prediction of Gas Separation in Flexible Frameworks
4. Separation and Purification of Gases by MOFs
5. Opportunities for MOFs in CO2 Capture from Flue Gases, Natural Gas, and Syngas by Adsorption
6. Manufacture of MOF Thin Films on Structured Supports for Separation and Catalysis
7. Research Status of Metal–Organic Frameworks for On-Board Cryo-Adsorptive Hydrogen Storage Applications
8. Separation of Xylene Isomers
9. Metal–Organic Frameworks as Catalysts for Organic Reactions
10. Biomedical Applications of Metal–Organic Frameworks
11. Metal–Organic Frameworks for Biomedical Imaging
12. Luminescent Metal–Organic Frameworks
13. Deposition of Thin Films for Sensor Applications
14. Industrial MOF Synthesis
15. MOF Shaping and Immobilization


Coordination Polymers and Metal-Organic Frameworks: Properties, Types and Applications

Editors: Oscar L. Ortiz and Luis D. Ramírez

Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, USA, 2012
307 pages
$ 153.00

ISBN: 978-1-61470-899-5

Table of Contents

1. Hybrid Vanadates, Towards Metal-Organic Frameworks
2. Structure and Magnetic Properties of Mono-and Polynuclear Complexes Containing Re(IV)
3. The Applications of Metal Organic Frameworks in the Fields of Hydrogen Storage and Catalysis
4. MOF-Based Mixed-Matrix-Membranes for Industrial Applications
5. Coordination Polymers: Opportunities in Heterogeneous Catalysis
6. High Pressure Gas Storage on Porous Solids: A Comparative Study of MOFs and Activated Carbons
7. Metal-Organic Frameworks for CO2 Capture: What is Learned from Molecular Simulations
8. Halogen Bonding in the Assembly of High-Dimensional Supramolecular Coordination Polymers
9. Subtractive Approach for Introducing Functional Groups onto Metal–Organic Framework
10. Performance of Metal-Organic Framework MIL-101 in the Liquid Phase Adsorption of Heterocyclic Nitrogen Compounds


Metal Organic Frameworks as Heterogeneous Catalysts

Editors: Francesc X. Llabrés i Xamena & Jorge Gascon

RSC Publishing, Cambridge, UK, 2013
432 pages
£ 159.99

ISBN: 978-1-84973-572-8

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Synthesis of MOFs
3. Post‐synthetic Modification of MOFs
4. Characterization of MOFs. 1. Combined Vibrational and Electronic Spectroscopies
5. Characterization of MOFs. 2. Long and Local Range Order Structural Determination of MOFs by Combining EXAFS and Diffraction Techniques
6. Computational Approach to Chemical Reactivity of MOFs
7. Strategies for Creating Active Sites in MOFs
8. Catalysis at the Metallic Nodes of MOFs
9. Catalysis at the Organic Ligands
10. MOFs as Nano‐reactors
11. Asymmetric Catalysis with Chiral Metal Organic Frameworks
12. Photocatalysis by MOFs
13. Catalysis by Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs)
14. Towards Future MOF Catalytic Applications


Metal-Organic Frameworks for Photonics Applications

Editors: Banglin Chen & Guodong Qian

Part of the Series Structure and Bonding, Volume 157

Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Germany, 2014
189 pages
€ 219.98 (Softcover)

ISBN: 978-3-642-44966-6

Table of Contents

1. Metal–Organic Frameworks: From Design to Materials
2. Luminescent Properties and Applications of Metal-Organic Frameworks
3. Metal-Organic Frameworks for Photocatalysis
4. Metal-Organic Frameworks for Photochemical Reactions
5. Metal–Organic Frameworks for Second-Order Nonlinear Optics
6. Host–Guest Metal–Organic Frameworks for Photonics


Metal-Organic Framework Materials

Editors: Leonard R. MacGillivray (Editor), Charles M. Lukehart (Editor)

John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, UK, 2014
592 Pages
$ 243.00

ISBN: 978-1-119-95289-3

Table of Contents

1. Porous Coordination Polymer Nanoparticles and Macrostructures
2. Nanoscale Metal-Organic Frameworks
3. Mesoporous Metal-Organic Frameworks
4. Porphyrinic Metal-Organic Frameworks
5. Fluorinated Metal-Organic Frameworks (FMOFs): Concept, Construction, and Properties
6. Synthesis and Structures of Aluminum-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks
7. Polyrotaxane Metal-Organic Frameworks
8. Photoreactive Metal-Organic Frameworks
9. Edible Metal-Organic Frameworks
10. Mechanochemical Approaches to Metal-Organic Frameworks

11. Postsynthetic Modification of Metal-Organic Frameworks

12. Functional Magnetic Materials Based on Metal Formate Frameworks
13. Metal-Organic Frameworks from Single-Molecule Magnets
14. Open Metal Sites in Metal-Organic-Frameworks
15. Gas Storage in Metal-Organic Frameworks
16. Metal-Organic Frameworks for Removal of Harmful Gases
17. Adsorption of Hydrocarbons and Alcohols in Metal-Organic Framework Materials
18. Metal Uptake in Metal-Organic Frameworks
19. Photoreactive Properties Hosted in Metal-Organic Frameworks
20. Semiconducting Metal-Organic Frameworks
21. Patterning Techniques for Metal-Organic Frameworks
22. Metal-Organic Frameworks in Mixed-Matrix Membranes
23. Electrochemical Properties of Metal-Organic Frameworks
24. Applications of Metal-Organic Frameworks to Analytical Chemistry
25. Recent Solid-State NMR Studies of Quadrupolar Nuclei in Metal-Organic Frameworks

26. Single-Crystal to Single-Crystal Transformations in Metal-Organic Frameworks
27. Interpenetration and Entanglement in Coordination Polymers


Lanthanide Metal-Organic Frameworks

Editor: Peng Cheng

Part of the Series Structure and Bonding, Volume 163

Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, Germany, 2015
371 pages
$ 259.00

ISBN: 978-3-662-45773-3

Table of Contents

1. Lanthanide Metal-Organic Frameworks: Syntheses, Properties, and Potential Applications
2. Chiral Lanthanide Metal-Organic Frameworks
3. Porous Lanthanide Metal–Organic Frameworks for Gas Storage and Separation
4. Luminescent Lanthanide Metal–Organic Frameworks
5. Metal–Organic Frameworks Based on Lanthanide Clusters
6. Metal-Organic Frameworks with d–f Cyanide Bridges: Structural Diversity, Bonding Regime, and Magnetism
7. Transition–Lanthanide Heterometal–Organic Frameworks: Synthesis, Structures, and Properties
8. MOFs of Uranium and the Actinides
9. Nanostructured and/or Nanoscale Lanthanide Metal-Organic Frameworks


Metal–Organic Frameworks Materials:
Modeling towards Potential Engineering Applications

Editor: Jianwen Jiang

CRC Press
Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, 2015
578 pages
£ 140.00

ISBN: 978-9-81461-345-3

Table of Contents

1. Computational Approaches to the Design, Crystal Structure Prediction, and Structure-Property Relationships of Metal-Organic Frameworks
2. On the Application of Classical Molecular Simulations of Adsorption in Metal-Organic Frameworks
3. Modeling the Adsorption of Small Molecules at Coordinatively Unsaturated Metal Sites: Density-Functional Theory and Molecular Mechanics Approaches
4. Accurate ab initio Description of Adsorption on Coordinatively Unsaturated Sites in Metal-Organic Frameworks
5. Modeling Sorbate Equilibria and Transport in Porous Coordination Polymers
6. Modeling Quantum Effects on Adsorption and Diffusion of Hydrogen in Metal-Organic Frameworks
7. Molecular Modeling of Gas Separation in Metal-Organic Frameworks
8. Molecular Modeling of Metal-Organic Frameworks for Carbon Dioxide Separation
9. Modeling of Zeolitic-like Hybrid Materials for Gas Separation
10. Modeling Adsorptive Separations using Metal-Organic Frameworks
11. Computer Simulations of Ionic Metal-Organic Frameworks
12. Computational Modeling of Catalysis in Metal-Organic Frameworks
13. Modeled Catalytic Properties of Metal-Organic Frameworks-Based Compounds


The Chemistry of Metal–Organic Frameworks
Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications

Editor: Stefan Kaskel

Wiley-VCH Verlag, Weinheim, Germany, 2016
849 pages
$ 405.00

ISBN: 978-3-527-33874-0

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Network Topology
3. Reticular Chemistry of Metal-Organic Frameworks Composed of Copper and Zinc Metal Oxide Secondary Building Units as Nodes
4. Alkaline Earth Metal-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications
5. Synthesis, Structure, and Selected Properties of Aluminum-, Gallium-, and Indium-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks
6. Group 4 Metals as Secondary Building Units: Ti, Zr, and Hf-based MOFs
7. Iron and Groups V- and VI-based MOFs
8. Platinum Group Metal-Organic Frameworks
9. Group 3 Elements and Lanthanide Metals
10. Extended Linkers for Ultrahigh Surface Area Metal-Organic
11. Porous Metal Azolate Frameworks
12. Functional Linkers for Catalysis
13. Chiral Linker Systems
14. Functional Linkers for Electron-Conducting MOFs
15. Linkers with Optical Functionality
16. Nanoparticles
17. SURMOFs: Liquid-Phase Epitaxy of Metal-Organic Frameworks on Surfaces
18. Granulation and Shaping of Metal-Organic Frameworks
19. Adsorption Methodology
20. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Metal-Organic Frameworks
21. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
22. IR and Raman Spectroscopies Probing MOFs Structure, Defectivity, and Reactivity
23. In Situ X-ray Diffraction and XAS Methods
24. In Situ Studies of the Crystallization of Metal-Organic Frameworks
25. Role of Molecular Simulations in the Field of MOFs
26. Defects and Disorder in MOFs
Appendix A: MOF Suppliers
Appendix B: Datasheet


Main Group Metal Coordination Polymers: Structures and Nanostructures

By Ali Morsali & Lida Hashemi

Scrivener Publishing LLC
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, USA, 2017
240 pages
$ 195.00

ISBN: 978-1-119-37023-9

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Coordination Polymers
2. Application of Coordination Polymers
3. Zinc(II) Coordination Polymers
4. Cadmium(II) Coordination Polymers
5. Mercury(II) Coordination Polymers
6. Lead(II) Coordination Polymers
7. Thallium(I) Coordination Polymers
8. Bismuth(III) Coordination Polymers
9. Porous Main Group Coordination Polymers
10. S-block Coordination Polymers (Group 1)
11. S-block Coordination Polymers (Group 2)


Metal-Organic Frameworks: Applications in Separations and Catalysis

Editors: Hermenegildo García & Sergio Navalón

Wiley-VCH Verlag, Weinheim, Germany, 2018
536 pages
$ 230.00

ISBN: 978-3-527-34313-3

Table of Contents

1. The Stability of Metal–Organic Frameworks
2. Tuning the Properties of Metal–Organic Frameworks by Post-synthetic Modification
3. Synthesis of MOFs at the Industrial Scale
4. From Layered MOFs to Structuring at the Meso-/Macroscopic Scale
5. Application of Metal–Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for CO2 Separation
6. Current Status of Porous Metal–Organic Frameworks for Methane Storage
7. MOFs for the Capture and Degradation of Chemical Warfare Agents
8. Membranes Based on MOFs
9. Composites of Metal–Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Synthesis and Applications in Separation and Catalysis
10. Tuning of Metal–Organic Frameworks by Pre- and Post-synthetic Functionalization for Catalysis and Separations
11. Role of Defects in Catalysis
12. MOFs as Heterogeneous Catalysts in Liquid Phase Reactions
13. Encapsulated Metallic Nanoparticles in Metal–Organic Frameworks: Toward Their Use in Catalysis
14. MOFs as Supports of Enzymes in Biocatalysis
15. MOFs as Photocatalysts


Gas Adsorption in Metal-Organic Frameworks
Fundamentals and Applications

Editors: T. Grant Glover & Bin Mu

CRC Press
Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, USA, 2018
530 pages

£ 129.99

ISBN: 978-1-49875-451-4

Table of Contents

1. Metal–Organic Frameworks and Reticular Chemistry
2. Synthesis and Characterization of Metal–Organic Frameworks
3. Thermodynamics of Adsorption
4. Mass Transfer in MOFs
5. Packed Bed Wave Theory
6. Simulation of Crystalline Nanoporous Materials and the Computation of Adsorption/Diffusion Properties
7. Characterization Techniques for the Analysis of Metal–Organic Frameworks during and after Adsorption
8. Water Stability of Metal–Organic Frameworks
9. Gas Storage in Metal–Organic Frameworks
10. Toxic Gas Adsorption and Reaction in Metal–Organic Frameworks
11. Potential Industrial Applications of Metal–Organic Frameworks for Gas Separations


Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for Environmental Applications

Editor: Sujit K. Ghosh

Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2019
464 pages
$ 168

ISBN: 978-0-12814-633-0


Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Metal–organic framework-based carbon capture and purification technologies for clean environment
3. Sensing and sequestration of inorganic cationic pollutants by metal_organic frameworks
4. Metal–organic frameworks for recognition and sequestration of toxic anionic pollutants
5. Metal_organic frameworks for the capture of volatile organic compounds and toxic chemicals
6. Metal–organic frameworks for capture and detoxification of nerve agents
7. Metal–organic frameworks for capture and degradation of organic pollutants
8. Metal–organic frameworks for detection and desensitization of environmentally hazardous nitro-explosives and related high energy materials
9. Green deoxygenation of fatty acids to transport fuels over metal–organic frameworks as catalysts and catalytic supports
10. Potential of hydrophobic metal–organic framework-based materials for environmental applications
11. Radionuclide sequestration by metal–organic frameworks
12. MOF-based devices for detection and removal of environmental pollutants


Introduction to Reticular Chemistry
Metal-Organic Frameworks and Covalent Organic Frameworks

By Omar M. Yaghi, Markus J. Kalmutzki, and Christian S. Diercks

Wiley-VCH Verlag, Weinheim, Germany, 2019
536 pages
€ 139.00

ISBN: 978-3-527-34502-1

Table of Contents

PART I: Metal-Organic Frameworks
1. Emergence of Metal-Organic Frameworks
2. Determination and Design of Porosity
3. Building Units of MOFs
4. Binary Metal-Organic Frameworks
5. Complexity and Heterogeneity in MOFs
6. Functionalization of MOFs

PART II: Covalent Organic Frameworks
7. Historical Perspective on the Discovery of Covalent Organic Frameworks
8. Linkages in Covalent Organic Frameworks
9. Reticular Design of Covalent Organic Frameworks
10. Functionalization of COFs
11. Nanoscopic and Macroscopic Structuring of Covalent Organic Frameworks

PART III: Applications of Metal-Organic Frameworks
12. The Applications of Reticular Framework Materials
13. The Basics of Gas Sorption and Separation in MOFs
14. Carbon Dioxide Capture and Sequestration
15. Hydrogen and Methane Storage in MOFs
16. Liquid and Gas-Phase Separation in MOFs
17. Water Sorption Applications of MOFs

PART IV: Special Topics
18. Topology
19. Metal-Organic Polyhedra and Covalent Organic Polyhedra
20. Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks
21. Dynamic Frameworks


Metal-Organic Framework

From Design to Application

Editors: Xian-He Bu, Michael J. Zaworotko, Zhenjie Zhang

Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2020
426 pages
€ 182 (eBook)

ISBN: 978-3-030-47340-2


Table of Contents

1. Why Design Matters: From Decorated Metal Oxide Clusters to Functional Metal–Organic Frameworks
2. State‑of‑the‑Art and Prospects of Biomolecules: Incorporation in Functional Metal–Organic Frameworks
3. Regulation of the Degree of Interpenetration in Metal–Organic Frameworks
4. Functionalized Dynamic Metal–Organic Frameworks as Smart Switches for Sensing and Adsorption Applications
5. Metal–Organic Frameworks Towards Desulfurization of Fuels
6. Synthesis and Applications of Porous Organosulfonate‑Based Metal–Organic Frameworks
7. Insights into the Gas Adsorption Mechanisms in Metal–Organic Frameworks from Classical Molecular Simulations
8. Theoretical Exploration and Electronic Applications
of Conductive Two‑Dimensional Metal–Organic Frameworks
9. Current Status of Microporous Metal–Organic Frameworks for Hydrocarbon Separations
10. Mechanical Properties of Shaped Metal–Organic Frameworks
11. MOFs‑Based Catalysts Supported Chemical Conversion of CO2