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A novel mesoporous hydrogen-bonded organic framework with high porosity and stability.

Of HOF hosts.

PDGF-BB exhibited therapeutic effects on rat model of bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw by enhancing angiogenesis and osteogenesis.

A stable zirconium based metal-organic framework for specific recognition of representative polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxin molecules.

A microporous metal-organic framework with naphthalene diimide groups for high methane storage.

Long noncoding RNA PVT1-214 enhances gastric cancer progression by upregulating TrkC expression in competitively sponging way.

Pore Space Partition within a Metal-Organic Framework for Highly Efficient CH/CO Separation.

Multifunctional porous hydrogen-bonded organic framework materials.

Molecular sieving of ethylene from ethane using a rigid metal-organic framework.

Ethane/ethylene separation in a metal-organic framework with iron-peroxo sites.

A Metal-Organic Framework with Suitable Pore Size and Specific Functional Site for Record Removal of Trace Propyne from Propylene.

Boosting Ethane/Ethylene Separation within Isoreticular Ultramicroporous Metal-Organic Frameworks.

Nickel-4'-(3,5-dicarboxyphenyl)-2,2',6',2″-terpyridine Framework: Efficient Separation of Ethylene from Acetylene/Ethylene Mixtures with a High Productivity.

A Metal-Organic Framework with Optimized Porosity and Functional Sites for High Gravimetric and Volumetric Methane Storage Working Capacities.

Mesoporous Metal-Organic Frameworks with Exceptionally High Working Capacities for Adsorption Heat Transformation.

An Ideal Molecular Sieve for Acetylene Removal from Ethylene with Record Selectivity and Productivity.

Two solvent-induced porous hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks: solvent effects on structures and functionalities.

Flexible-Robust Metal-Organic Framework for Efficient Removal of Propyne from Propylene.

Optimized Separation of Acetylene from Carbon Dioxide and Ethylene in a Microporous Material.

Collaborative interactions to enhance gas binding energy in porous metal-organic frameworks.

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