Comparison of Silica vs. MOFs in gas separations

Comparison of Silica vs. MOFs in gas separations

By | Filtration, Gas Separation | No Comments

Cryogenic distillation technology is still leading the gas separation processes in the chemical industry. However, some applications in the manufacturing of chemicals, energy generation, and.

Metal-Organic Framework: a versatile platform for sensing technology

Metal-Organic Framework: a versatile platform for sensing technology

By | Cleanrooms, Semiconductors | No Comments

  The detection of compounds with sensors has broad applications, from common ones like the blood glucose sensor (for diabetes control) to the detection of volatile organic.

Gas separations: Are you ready to use MOFs?

Gas separations: Are you ready to use MOFs?

By | Adsorption, Gas Separation | No Comments

  Gas separation is a critical process in many industrial applications, to either provide high purity gases or to capture harmful ones. Yet, many separation processes rely on.

Comparison of Zeolites vs. MOFs for gas separations

Comparison of Zeolites vs. MOFs for gas separations

By | Adsorption, Gas Capture and Sequestration | No Comments

Gas separation processes have a great impact on the current needs of human society including medical, environmental, energy and high-value chemicals necessities. Some of the most popular.

Efficient gas separation for high value gases

Efficient gas separation for high value gases

By | Adsorption, Gas Capture and Sequestration | No Comments

Gas separation plays an important economic and environmental role in a variety of applications and functions. The interest in advanced methods of gas separation continues to grow. The most.

The world of MOF Newsletter April 2020

The world of MOF Newsletter April 2020

By | Catalysis, Company News | No Comments

Amidst the current global crisis, we are working hard on keeping up the pace of last year. We are all bound to our home office and will continue working from here. Fortunately, our CTO.

New materials for high efficiency oxygen concentrators

New materials for high efficiency oxygen concentrators

By | Adsorption, Gas Capture and Sequestration | No Comments

With the spread of the corona virus and the resulting respiratory diseases, the medical teams all over the world fight hard to save their patients. Providing oxygen to these patients is.

Picking a single grain - purification of nobel gases

Picking a single grain - purification of nobel gases

By | Adsorption, Gas Capture and Sequestration | No Comments

The specific characteristics of inert gases – e.g. they are almost non-reactive and non-flammable – make them perfect for application in lighting, welding, medical applications or diving gear..

Nano-reactor vessels open new fields of catalysis

Nano-reactor vessels open new fields of catalysis

By | Adsorption, Catalysis | No Comments

Using porous nanomaterials shifts the catalytic yield of hydroformylation towards wanted end products, as the reaction will be altered within the pores of the material. Most commercial products.

Zero-emission fuel for a greener future - Producing hydrogen using MOFs

Zero-emission fuel for a greener future - Producing hydrogen using MOFs

By | Catalysis, General | No Comments

The importance of hydrogen as an energy carrier and tackling its storage challenges were briefly covered in our previous blog post. Now we take a step back to evaluate and understand the.