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A multimodal study on the unique sensing behavior of a guest@metal-organic framework material for the detection of volatile acetone

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Owing to their unique functionalities and tailorable properties that are unattainable in conventional materials, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have emerged as candidate materials for next-generation chemical sensors and optoelectronics. For instance, the ZnQ@OX-1 composite material, comprising a light-emitting guest encapsulated in the pores of the OX-1 framework, affords excellent sensing performance: a visible color change upon exposure to volatile acetone. In this work, a multimodal stud...

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10.1002/admi.202201401

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European Commission
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Wiley
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10
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3
Article number:
2201401
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2022-12-01
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2022-12-01
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2196-7350
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2022-12-03

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