Titanium based MOF materials NH2-MIL-125 was synthesized through solvothermal method. By increasing the concentration of the reactants, the morphology of NH2-MIL-125 can be controlled from circular plate to special polyhedron. Meanwhile, the polyhedron can be modulated from octahedron to rhombic dodecahedron through changing the titanium ester of the reactants from tetraethyl titanate to tetrabutyl titanate. This is the first time to obtain NH2-MIL-125 with rhombic dodecahedron morphology. The test of acetic acid as additive on morphology changes shows that the adsorption of additives on special facets shows a more significant impact on the morphology formation. The morphology control of NH2-MIL-125 based on the modulation of the type of titanium ester, reactants concentration, and the added acetic acid concentration were detailed exhibited and explained.
Journal of Solid State Chemistry – Elsevier
Published: Jun 1, 2018
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