Solvothermal growth of a ruthenium metal-organic framework featuring HKUST-1 structure type as thin films on oxide surfaces

Kozachuk O, Yusenko K, Noei H, Wang Y, Walleck S, Glaser T, Fischer RA (2011)
Chemical Communications 47(30): 8509-8511.

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Phase-pure crystalline thin films of a mixed-valence Ru(2)(II,III) metal-organic framework with 1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylate (btc) as a linker were solvothermally grown on amorphous alumina and silica surfaces. Based on the Rietveld refinement, the structure of Ru-MOF was assigned to be analogous to [Cu(3)(btc)(2)] (HKUST-1).
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Kozachuk O, Yusenko K, Noei H, et al. Solvothermal growth of a ruthenium metal-organic framework featuring HKUST-1 structure type as thin films on oxide surfaces. Chemical Communications. 2011;47(30):8509-8511.
Kozachuk, O., Yusenko, K., Noei, H., Wang, Y., Walleck, S., Glaser, T., & Fischer, R. A. (2011). Solvothermal growth of a ruthenium metal-organic framework featuring HKUST-1 structure type as thin films on oxide surfaces. Chemical Communications, 47(30), 8509-8511.
Kozachuk, O., Yusenko, K., Noei, H., Wang, Y., Walleck, S., Glaser, T., and Fischer, R. A. (2011). Solvothermal growth of a ruthenium metal-organic framework featuring HKUST-1 structure type as thin films on oxide surfaces. Chemical Communications 47, 8509-8511.
Kozachuk, O., et al., 2011. Solvothermal growth of a ruthenium metal-organic framework featuring HKUST-1 structure type as thin films on oxide surfaces. Chemical Communications, 47(30), p 8509-8511.
O. Kozachuk, et al., “Solvothermal growth of a ruthenium metal-organic framework featuring HKUST-1 structure type as thin films on oxide surfaces”, Chemical Communications, vol. 47, 2011, pp. 8509-8511.
Kozachuk, O., Yusenko, K., Noei, H., Wang, Y., Walleck, S., Glaser, T., Fischer, R.A.: Solvothermal growth of a ruthenium metal-organic framework featuring HKUST-1 structure type as thin films on oxide surfaces. Chemical Communications. 47, 8509-8511 (2011).
Kozachuk, Olesia, Yusenko, Kirill, Noei, Heshmat, Wang, Yuemin, Walleck, Stephan, Glaser, Thorsten, and Fischer, Roland A. “Solvothermal growth of a ruthenium metal-organic framework featuring HKUST-1 structure type as thin films on oxide surfaces”. Chemical Communications 47.30 (2011): 8509-8511.
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