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Advanced characterization of materials

We employ advanced spectroscopic and diffraction or scattering methods to determine the structure of porous materials, to study defects within frameworks, and to inspect interactions between the frameworks and  and guest molecules. We try to understand the relations between the structure, properties and activity of new materials.

For this purpose, we use modern methods of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, PDF analysis and ab-initiocomputations.

- the role of defects and functional groups in the frameworks in the adsorption of water and simple alcohols,
- understanding the active sites in hybrid catalysts,
- studies of interactions at the contact of two components in glass composites, etc.


Liquid-phase sintering of lead halide perovskites and metal-organic framework glasses

Highly Selective Removal of Perfluorinated Contaminants by Adsorption on All‐Silica Zeolite Beta

Titanium(IV)-Based Metal–OrganicFramework FeaturingDefect-RichTi-O Sheetsas an Oxidative Desulfurization Catalyst

A Simple NMR-Based Method for Studying the Spatial Distribution of Linkers within Mixed-Linker Metal-Organic Frameworks

Unraveling the Arrangement of Al and Fe within the Framework Explains the Magnetism of Mixed-Metal MIL-100(Al,Fe)


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