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Modelling of porous metal-organic framework (MOF) materials used in catalysis

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This paper presents a review of modern modelling of porous materials such as metal-organic frameworks used in catalysis. The authors’ own research approach using the nano-design of metal-organic frameworks is included in this review.


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