Rose M.,TU Dresden |
Klein N.,TU Dresden |
Bohlmann W.,University of Leipzig |
Bohringer B.,Blucher GmbH |
And 2 more authors.
We present new highly microporous element organic frameworks synthesized by the Pd catalyzed Suzuki coupling reaction. They show specific surface areas of up to 1380 m2 g-1 with a strong hydrophobic character. Thus, they are interesting for the adsorption of non-polar substances. By variation of the organic linkers, the modular concept of the materials in analogy to the metal-organic frameworks is demonstrated. The polymeric materials have thermal stability up to 573 K and show no decomposition in aqueous environment, allowing excellent handling and processing. They are accessible by a basic synthetic approach, and by their chemical and thermal stabilities they may provide adequate properties for applications in many fields, especially in adsorptive separation processes and storage of non-polar gases. © 2010 The Royal Society of Chemistry. Source
Friedrich - Alexander - University, Erlangen - Nuremberg and Blucher GmbH | Date: 2012-05-25
The invention relates to a filter material which is used, in particular in filters or as a filter for treating and/or purifying gas, in particular for clean room environments. The filter material comprises at least one activated carbon, in particular with reactive and/or catalytic finishing and the activated carbon is present in the form of discrete activated carbon particles, preferably in a spherical and/or grain form. The activated carbon comprises and/or is provided with at least one metal component which contains at least one metal-containing ionic liquid (IL), containing in particular metal ions, preferably based on a metal compound.
Blucher GmbH and TU Dresden | Date: 2014-03-11
The invention relates to a method for producing activated carbon provided and/or impregnated with a metal-organic framework substance (MOF material), the activated carbon being in particular in the form of discrete activated carbon particles, and preferably for producing an activated carbon with a reactive and/or catalytic action. The metal-organic framework substance is produced in situ in the pores and/or in the pore system of the activated carbon, starting from at least one metal precursor compound(MP) containing a metal and at least one ligand precursor (LP).
Blucher GmbH | Date: 2011-08-16
The invention relates to a method for producing spherical activated carbon, wherein polymer globules, which comprise thermally decomposing chemical groups, are carbonized. It is characterized by that during the carbonization, a supplier of free radicals is added to the polymer globules, the supplier of free radicals forming free radicals, which are different from the free radicals that are generated by the decomposition of the chemical groups.
Blucher GmbH | Date: 2012-05-25
The invention relates to an activated carbon, in particular an activated carbon with reactive and/or catalytic activity, said activated carbon being in the form of discrete activated carbon particles, preferably in a spherical and/or grain form. The activated carbon is provided with and/or comprises at least one metal component which has at least one metal-containing ionic liquid (IL) containing, in particular metal ions, preferably based on a metal compound. The invention also related to methods for producing said activated carbon, to the uses thereof and to materials provided herewith.