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MOFs can also be utilized as catalysts as well as catalyst supports for the production of completing catalytic systems for various organic transformations including C——C coupling reactions, hydrogenation, and energy-related electrocatalysis. Compared to their homogeneous counterparts, MOF catalysts have the advantage of chemical tunibility: easy control of the pore size allows for optimized mass transport to facilitate the catalytic process. Also, the internal pore chemistry can be modified for specific catalytic functionality.
Controlled pyrolysis of MOFs under varying conditions also produces novel functional porous transition metal oxides or carbonaceous materials for enhanced activity.
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