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Correlated Defect Nano-Regions in a Metal–Organic Framework

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Throughout much of condensed matter science, correlated disorder is a key to material function. While structural and compositional defects are known to exist within a variety of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), the prevailing understanding is that these defects are only ever included in a random manner. Here we show—using a combination of diffuse scattering, electron microscopy, anomalous X-ray scattering and pair distribution function measurements—that correlations between defects can in fac...

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10.1038/ncomms5176

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University of Oxford
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279705
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EP/G004528/2
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NT5052
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Nature Communications
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5
Publication date:
2014-06-20
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2014-05-21
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2041-1723
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4176
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