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Polymer–metal–organic framework self-assembly (PMOFSA) as a robust one-step method to generate well-dispersed hybrid nanoparticles in water

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A new process, PMOFSA, is described here, that opens the way for the one-pot straightforward and versatile manufacture of polymer-MOF nanoparticles in water. It can be expected that this study will not only expand the scope of in situ preparation of polymer-MOF nano-objects but also inspire researchers in the field to prepare a new generation of polymer-MOF hybrid materials.
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hal-04300386 , version 1 (22-11-2023)

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Kun Li, Zhihao Yu, Iurii Dovgaliuk, Clémence Le Coeur, Viviane Lütz-Bueno, et al.. Polymer–metal–organic framework self-assembly (PMOFSA) as a robust one-step method to generate well-dispersed hybrid nanoparticles in water. Chemical Communications, 2023, 59 (33), pp.4923-4926. ⟨10.1039/d2cc06088d⟩. ⟨hal-04300386⟩
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