Water stability of cobalt doped ZIF-8: a quantitative study using optical analyses
Zeolitic imidazolate frameworks (ZIFs), in particular ZIF-8 (made of Zn2þ and 2-methyilimidazolate) and cobalt-doped-ZIF-8, are found important for many energy and environmental applications. It was reported that ZIFs show excellent structural stability in water and thus ideal for aqueous applications. However, recent studies also found some evidence that ZIF-8 undergoes hydrolysis in water. Despite the importance of ZIF's stability in many aqueous applications, the extent of ZIFs' degradation...[Show more]
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