Understanding the mechanism by which porous solids trap harmful gases such as CO(2) and SO(2) is essential for the design of new materials for their selective removal. Materials functionalized with amine groups dominate this field, largely because of their potential to form carbamates through H(2)N(δ(-))···C(δ(+))O(2) interactions, thereby trapping CO(2) covalently. However, the use of these materials is energy-intensive, with significant environmental impact. Here, we report a non-amine-cont...Expand abstract
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Selectivity and direct visualization of carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide in a decorated porous host.
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