Lillian's paper highlighted by Chemistry World & c&en
A recent paper published by the group has been highlighted by Chemistry World and c&en. The work describes the synthesis and application of a coordination cage-based permanently porous liquid. This material is used for the separation of small isomeric alcohols and for the gaseous sequestration of chlorofluorocarbons. This is a paper in Nature Chemistry (doi 10.1038/s41557-020-0419-2) by Lillian Ma, Cally Haynes, Angela Grommet, Arnaud Tron and Jonathan Nitschke.
Read the two highlights of this paper here: https://www.chemistryworld.com/news/new-class-of-recyclable-permanently-porous-liquid-doesnt-need-a-solvent/4011195.article
There is also a blog post elucidating some details about the journey: https://chemistrycommunity.nature.com/channels/1465-behind-the-paper/posts/61265-jumping-into-the-deep-end-of-porous-liquids?fbclid=IwAR1GLW1L55kBToSJ-vhSCDMTVqwPXhn16Koy1eVis1US9dDubIF48J0BB6M
Read the full publication here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41557-020-0419-2