An ultra-microporous organic polymer for high performance carbon dioxide capture and separation

Ali Kemal Sekizkardes, Jeffrey T Culp, Timur Islamoglu, Anne Marti, David Hopkinson, Christina Myers, Hani M El-Kaderi, Hunaid B Nulwala
Chemical Communications: Chem Comm 2015 September 7, 51 (69): 13393-6
Rational design concepts were used to prepare a novel porous benzimidazole-linked polymer (BILP-101) in a simple one-pot reaction. BILP-101 has exhibited ultra-microporosity (0.54 nm), very high CO2 uptake (∼1 mmol g(-1), 4 wt%, 0.15 bar/298 K) and exceptional CO2/N2 selectivity of 80 (298 K), which results in remarkable working capacity and regenerability for CO2 capture applications.

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