<conference paper>
Thermal Conductivity Enhancement of Metal-organic Frameworks Employing Mixed Valence Metal Doping Technique

Creator
Language
Publisher
Date
Source Title
Vol
First Page
Last Page
Conference
Publication Type
Access Rights
Crossref DOI
Abstract Excellent adsorption properties of porous metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) render them highly potential adsorbent for adsorption heat pump applications. However, their thermal properties are not quite ...satisfactory. Aluminium fumarate is a bioavailable ligand-based metal-organic framework with promising water uptake capacity. In this study, aluminium fumarate was synthesized following a green synthesis route and was doped with Nickel and Cobalt material at 10% and 20% concentration to create a mixed-valence complex system. Their thermal diffusivity and thermal conductivity were studied at different compression (7 MPa, 17 MPa and 27 MPa) pressure over a temperature range of 30 °C to 110 °C. Metal doping enhances the thermal conductivity of the doped aluminium fumarate MOFs. Doping of cobalt has a greater effect compared to nickel and 20% cobalt doped aluminium fumarate shows the highest thermal conductivity at 7 MPa compression pressure.show more

Hide fulltext details.

p020 pdf 389 KB 156  

Details

PISSN
EISSN
Record ID
Subject Terms
Created Date 2020.10.21
Modified Date 2021.03.25

People who viewed this item also viewed