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At the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, scientists are designing novel synthetic methodologies for continuous production of hierarchical and scalable metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and their nanocomposites using core-shell (and yolk-shell) strategy. The colored SEM and helium ion microscope images are core-shell nano-architectures constructed from MOFs over a porous carbon material. Such nanocomposites will open the door with unprecedented properties and unlock the possibility of tuning the host-guest interaction with significant synergetic effects such as enhanced stability and increased activity. This research was funded by Laboratory Directed Research and Development funds and the U.S. Department of Energy’s ARPA-E program.

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