Handbook of Porous Materials
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UvA Researchers Collaborate on New Handbook of Porous Materials

A group of authors including researchers and alumni from the Van ‘t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences (HIMS) have just completed a four-volume reference work covering the fundamentals and key applications of porous materials. This “Handbook of Porous Materials” will be published in November by World Scientific Publishers in a digital and a print edition.

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CoRE MOF 2019
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Advances, Updates, and Analytics for CoRE MOF 2019

Over 14,000 porous, three-dimensional metal–organic framework structures are compiled and analyzed as a part of an update to the Computation-Ready, Experimental Metal–Organic Framework Database (CoRE MOF Database). The updated database includes additional structures that were contributed by CoRE MOF users, obtained from updates of the Cambridge Structural Database and a Web of Science search.

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iRASPA for Linux
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iRASPA Available in the Linux Store

iRASPA is a visualization package (with editing capabilities) aimed at material science. Examples of materials are metals, metal-oxides, ceramics, biomaterials, zeolites, clays, and metal-organic frameworks. iRASPA leverages the latest visualization technologies with stunning performance. iRASPA extensively utilizes GPU computing. It is now available for Linux.

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iRASPA in the Windows Store
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iRASPA available in the Window Store

iRASPA is a visualization package (with editing capabilities) aimed at material science. Examples of materials are metals, metal-oxides, ceramics, biomaterials, zeolites, clays, and metal-organic frameworks. iRASPA leverages the latest visualization technologies with stunning performance. iRASPA extensively utilizes GPU computing. It is now available for Windows 10.

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GA IAST
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Genetic Algorithm IAST

GAIAST is used to predict the loading of the gas mixture on the bundle, based only on the knowledge of the pure adsorption isotherms of the individual components.

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