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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
Journal publication date19/05/2008
JournalAdvanced Materials
Journal number10
Volume20
Number of pages6
Pages1916-1921
Original languageEnglish

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).