Doctor of Philosophy
Inteligent Polymer Research Institute
Novel methods of reactive printing MOF interfaces and their post-synthetic modification (PSM) are introduced in this dissertation. This new method delivers reactants to a desired location on the surface, initiating MOF growth or its modification. The impact of the reaction conditions including solvent system, concentration and molarity of inks, temperature and time of reaction and surface treatment was investigated and optimized.
Al-Ghazzawi, Fatimah Abdulhasan Nader, Reactive Printing of Metal-Organic Interfaces, Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Inteligent Polymer Research Institute, University of Wollongong, 2021. https://ro.uow.edu.au/theses1/1171
FoR codes (2020)
340207 Metal organic frameworks, 340302 Macromolecular materials, 3405 Organic chemistry, 3406 Physical chemistry
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