Rigid‐Flexible Hybrid Porous Molecular Crystals with Guest‐Induced Reversible Crystallinity
A weak CH/O hydrogen-bonded organic framework (HOF) with both rigidity and flexibility that could easily and reversibly switch from a non-crystalline to a crystalline phase was constructed. The specific solvent molecule acts as a “key” to control the crystallinity, while the highly rigid triangle macrocycle as the building block is the “lock”. The introduction and removal of the “key” could influence the local flexibility of the whole framework and lead to switchable crystallinity. Furthermore, the obtained HOF exhibits excellent separation efficiency for benzene and cyclohexane (94.4%).Zum Volltext
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