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Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a type of porous, crystalline material that has a wide range of applications. MOFs are made up of metal ions or clusters that operate as joints in a network structure, and multidirectional organic ligands that act as linkers. These networks might be one-dimensional, two-dimensional, or three-dimensional extended periodic structures. Regular arrays are produced as the joints and linkers assemble, resulting in strong (typically porous) materials similar to zeolites. MOFs are the materials with the highest reported surface area.
Market Analysis: According to a new study released by Researcher, the global Metal-organic Frameworks (MOF) market was valued at 33.42 million USD in 2020 and would increase at a CAGR of 2.14 percent from 2020 to 2027. Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), also known as Porous Coordination Polymers (PCPs) or coordination networks, are crystalline materials made up of metal ions or metal clusters and organic ligands that may easily self-assemble.
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