@article {Mukherjeeeaax9171,
	author = {Mukherjee, Soumya and Sikdar, Nivedita and O{\textquoteright}Nolan, Daniel and Franz, Douglas M. and Gasc{\'o}n, Victoria and Kumar, Amrit and Kumar, Naveen and Scott, Hayley S. and Madden, David G. and Kruger, Paul E. and Space, Brian and Zaworotko, Michael J.},
	title = {Trace CO2 capture by an ultramicroporous physisorbent with low water affinity},
	volume = {5},
	number = {11},
	elocation-id = {eaax9171},
	year = {2019},
	doi = {10.1126/sciadv.aax9171},
	publisher = {American Association for the Advancement of Science},
	abstract = {CO2 accumulation in confined spaces represents an increasing environmental and health problem. Trace CO2 capture remains an unmet challenge because human health risks can occur at 1000 parts per million (ppm), a level that challenges current generations of chemisorbents (high energy footprint and slow kinetics) and physisorbents (poor selectivity for CO2, especially versus water vapor, and/or poor hydrolytic stability). Here, dynamic breakthrough gas experiments conducted upon the ultramicroporous material SIFSIX-18-Ni- reveal trace (1000 to 10,000 ppm) CO2 removal from humid air. We attribute the performance of SIFSIX-18-Ni- to two factors that are usually mutually exclusive: a new type of strong CO2 binding site and hydrophobicity similar to ZIF-8. SIFSIX-18-Ni- also offers fast sorption kinetics to enable selective capture of CO2 over both N2 (SCN) and H2O (SCW), making it prototypal for a previously unknown class of physisorbents that exhibit effective trace CO2 capture under both dry and humid conditions.},
	URL = {https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/5/11/eaax9171},
	eprint = {https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/5/11/eaax9171.full.pdf},
	journal = {Science Advances}