Liquid material with porous structure comes out

An international joint research group recently announced that they have synthesized the world's first liquid material with a permanent porous structure. This kind of liquid has a strong ability to absorb and dissolve gases, and it is expected to improve the reaction efficiency of many current chemical reactions and find applications in carbon capture and other scenarios. Related papers are published in the 12th issue of Nature.

The international joint research team led by Queen's University and Liverpool University in Belfast, UK, synthesized a new liquid and found that these liquids can dissolve large amounts of gas by absorbing gas into the pores. The three-year research project paved the way for many more environmentally friendly and highly efficient chemical reactions, including carbon capture technology, which is the collection and storage of carbon dioxide emitted from power plants, steel plants, and chemical plants. To avoid its technology into the atmosphere.

Stuart James, a professor at the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Queen's University in Belfast, said that the artificial formation of permanent porous structures in materials is a major advance in human science. This technology can be used to manufacture a range of products from plastic bottles to gasoline. But before that, almost all porous materials were solid. A newly designed "bottom-up" special liquid structure compensates for the lack of liquid in the shape of the molecule, and ultimately allows the liquid to fill up all the space, resulting in a large number of pore structures. It is these holes that give them extremely strong gas absorption.

James said that this area still needs further excavation to develop more applications, and it is very likely to lead to many new chemical processes in the future. "We have successfully demonstrated a new principle - by creating a porous structure in a liquid, the liquid's ability to absorb gas can be significantly increased. This feature has a lot of potential and interesting applications in the long term." (Reporter Wang Xiaolong)

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CAS No. 497-18-7                                       EINECS 207-837-2

Molecular Formula CH6N4O                   Molecular Weight 90.08

Attributes:

Carbohydrazide is a white crystalline powder or granule. The effective content of carbohydrazide is from 98.0 to 100.0%.

Specifications:

Items

Index

Appearance

White crystal line powder or pellets

Active Content (%)

98.0-100.9%

PH (12% Solution, @ 25 ℃)

8.45±1.25

Free Hydrazine

≤250ppm

Chloride (Cl)

≤10ppm

Sulfate (SO4)

≤20ppm

Silica (SiO2)

≤10ppm

Copper (Cu)

≤1ppm

Iron (Fe)

≤4ppm

Sodium (Na)

≤4ppm

Lead (Pb)

≤4ppm

Moisture

≤0.2%

Packaging and storage:

Pack 25 kg or 50 kg with woven bags or fiber drums.

Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible materials. Please close the container when not in use.

Hydrazine Compound Series

tert-Butyl carbazate,Ethyl carbazate,benzyl carbazate,carbohydrazide,Acetyl hydrazine

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