Issue Date: February 8, 2016
MOF Membranes Stand Up To Water
The impressive capacity of various metal-organic framework (MOF) compounds to adsorb gases—especially toxic gases such as ammonia—has raised interest in these porous solids for use as gas-mask filtration materials. Filter materials are typically used as powders held in a canister fitted to the front of gas masks. But gas-mask designers aim to do away with the obtrusive canister, favoring instead a streamlined design in which the mask and filter are integrated into a low-profile unit. . . .
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