We present a novel bio‐friendly water‐stable Zn‐based MOF (1), derived from the natural amino acid L‐serine, which was able to efficiently photodegrade water solutions of brilliant green dye in only 120 min. The total degradation was followed by UV‐Vis spectroscopy and further con-firmed tested by single‐crystal X‐ray crystallography, revealing the presence of CO2 within its chan-nels. Reusability studies further demonstrate the structural and performance robustness of 1.

Photodegradation of brilliant green dye by a zinc biomof and crystallographic visualization of resulting co2

Bruno R.;Armentano D.
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2021-01-01

Abstract

We present a novel bio‐friendly water‐stable Zn‐based MOF (1), derived from the natural amino acid L‐serine, which was able to efficiently photodegrade water solutions of brilliant green dye in only 120 min. The total degradation was followed by UV‐Vis spectroscopy and further con-firmed tested by single‐crystal X‐ray crystallography, revealing the presence of CO2 within its chan-nels. Reusability studies further demonstrate the structural and performance robustness of 1.
2021
Amino acids‐derived ligands
Metal‐organic frameworks
Photocatalytic degradation
Single‐crystal X‐ray crystallography
Water remediation
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