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Microporous organic polymers for methane storage

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  • Colin D. Wood
  • Bien Tan
  • Abbie Trewin
  • Fabing Su
  • Matthew J. Rosseinsky
  • Darren Bradshaw
  • Yan Sun
  • Li Zhou
  • Andrew I. Cooper
<mark>Journal publication date</mark>19/05/2008
<mark>Journal</mark>Advanced Materials
Issue10
Volume20
Number of pages6
Pages1916-1921
<mark>Original language</mark>English

Abstract

Methane storage is important for the development of alternative energy carriers. The synthesis and methane storage properties of microporous hypercrosslinked organic polymers are reported. The figure shows a simulation of methane sorption in microporous hypercrosslinked poly(p-dichloroxylene); up to 5.2 mmol g(-1]) CH4 at 20 bar/298 K; isosteric heat of sorption similar to 21 kJ mol(-1).