Permyakova, A., Skrylnyk, O., Courbon, E., Affram, M., Wang, S., Lee, H. U., Valekar, A. H., Nouar, F., Mouchaham, G., Devic, T., De Weireld, G., Chang, J.-S., Steunou, N., Frere, M. & Serre, C. (2017) Synthesis Optimization, Shaping, and Heat Reallocation Evaluation of the Hydrophilic Metal-Organic Framework MIL-160(Al). ChemSusChem, 10 1419–1426.
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|Type de référence: Article
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1864-5631
Clé BibTeX: Permyakova2017
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|Catégories: INTERNATIONAL, ST2E
Mots-clés: adsorbents, behavior, energy storage, heat storage, metal-organic frameworks, mil-101, mofs, physisorption, pumps, series, silica, space-heating application, thermochemical energy-storage, transformation, water-adsorption
Créateurs: Affram, Chang, Courbon, De Weireld, Devic, Frere, Lee, Mouchaham, Nouar, Permyakova, Serre, Skrylnyk, Steunou, Valekar, Wang
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The energy-storage capacities of a series of water-stable porous metal-organic frameworks, based on high-valence metal cations (Al3+, Fe3+, Cr3+, Ti4+, Zr4+) and polycarboxylate linkers, were evaluated under the typical conditions of seasonal energy-storage devices. The results showed that the microporous hydrophilic Al-dicarboxylate MIL-160(Al) exhibited one of the best performances. To assess the properties of this material for space-heating applications on a laboratory pilot scale with an open reactor, a new synthetic route involving safer, greener conditions was developed. This led to the production of MIL-160(Al) on a 400g scale, before the material was shaped into pellets through a wet-granulation method. The material exhibited a very high energy-storage capacity for a physical-sorption material (343Whkg(-1)), which is in full agreement with the predicted value.