Porous interpenetrated zirconium-organic frameworks (PIZOFs), a chemically versatile family of MOFs

Schaate A, Roy P, Preuße T, Lohmeier SJ, Godt A, Behrens P (2011)
Eur. J. Chem. 17(34): 9320-9325.

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Schaate A, Roy P, Preuße T, Lohmeier SJ, Godt A, Behrens P. Porous interpenetrated zirconium-organic frameworks (PIZOFs), a chemically versatile family of MOFs. Eur. J. Chem. 2011;17(34):9320-9325.
Schaate, A., Roy, P., Preuße, T., Lohmeier, S. J., Godt, A., & Behrens, P. (2011). Porous interpenetrated zirconium-organic frameworks (PIZOFs), a chemically versatile family of MOFs. Eur. J. Chem., 17(34), 9320-9325.
Schaate, A., Roy, P., Preuße, T., Lohmeier, S. J., Godt, A., and Behrens, P. (2011). Porous interpenetrated zirconium-organic frameworks (PIZOFs), a chemically versatile family of MOFs. Eur. J. Chem. 17, 9320-9325.
Schaate, A., et al., 2011. Porous interpenetrated zirconium-organic frameworks (PIZOFs), a chemically versatile family of MOFs. Eur. J. Chem., 17(34), p 9320-9325.
A. Schaate, et al., “Porous interpenetrated zirconium-organic frameworks (PIZOFs), a chemically versatile family of MOFs”, Eur. J. Chem., vol. 17, 2011, pp. 9320-9325.
Schaate, A., Roy, P., Preuße, T., Lohmeier, S.J., Godt, A., Behrens, P.: Porous interpenetrated zirconium-organic frameworks (PIZOFs), a chemically versatile family of MOFs. Eur. J. Chem. 17, 9320-9325 (2011).
Schaate, A., Roy, Pascal, Preuße, T., Lohmeier, S.J., Godt, Adelheid, and Behrens, P. “Porous interpenetrated zirconium-organic frameworks (PIZOFs), a chemically versatile family of MOFs”. Eur. J. Chem. 17.34 (2011): 9320-9325.
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