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    Nanomaterials have aroused the interest of many researchers and become a research hotspot in recent years and metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) included in that are a class of new organic-inorganic hybrid porous materials formed through the self-assembly of organic ligands and inorganic metal ions. MOFs have been attracting increasing attention due to their structural diversification, large specific surface area, high porosity, inerratic pore space framework. These characteristics play their advantages in different fields and make some excellent achievements. This article summarizes the research progress of metal-organic framework in the field of environment especially the remarkable achievements in adsorption and provides a clear help for understanding the research progress and prospects for future research.


    Jianming Liu, Meichen Chen, Haohui Cui. Recent progress in environmental applications of metal-organic frameworks. Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research. 2021 Jan;83(1):26-38

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    PMID: 33460404

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