Check our work out
With fumehoad up to see the coulour changes depending on the modulator introduced
One of the most important┬á things when doing chemistry at the Lab is to have┬á available space to do the experiments safely. I am happy to be sharing fumehoad with the FuniMate Mar├şa Romero ├üngel, as we always have available clean space to work safely.
Changing MOFs morphology through modulationÔÇő
Selective capping of crystals surface by modulators is a well-known reasson for mormophology changes upon modulation.
The Layered Star
MOFs intern-growing in layers result in this beautifull defective MOF
Isn┬┤t it amazing how this nanoMOFs arrange into well-defined octahedral crystals?
Under certain conditions MOFs can be interngown in layers of one microcrystal
MOFs can make funny shaped when drying from disperssions.
Disperssions made by the summer student Pablo Valiente, who made this MOFs dance!
When a weid MOF broke during the SEM session
How many heart MOFs can you spot?
Heart MOFs made at the Forgan group with Connor J. Wells
The desert roses
Without modulator this was octahedral!
How many shapes will we get?
The Globe Box
For those of you who are not familiarised with this, it is one of the ways to store or to work with materials without the presence of oxygen or water.
Globe box in ICMol, University of Valencia
The FuniMate Carmen Fern├índez Conde operanting with the gobe box. Fun fact: one can know if someone has opperated without labcoat because of the sweat marks. Please, be like Carmen and always use your labcoat čÖé
Fun Times at the Synchrotron
Javier Castells-Gil, Nacho Romero-Mu├▒iz, Celia del Castillo and me (Isa)