Nanoporous Materials Genome Center

  • 207 Pleasant Street SE

    55455 Minneapolis

    United States

Organization profile

Organization profile

The Nanoporous Materials Genome Center (NMGC) discovers and explores microporous and mesoporous materials, including metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), zeolites, and porous polymer networks (PPNs). These materials find use as separation media and catalysts in many energy-relevant processes and their next generation computational design offers a high-payoff opportunity. Towards that end, the NMGC develops state-of-the-art predictive modeling tools and employs them to increase the pace of materials discovery. The NMGC provides a repository of experimental and predicted structures and associated properties for the rapidly growing scientific communities that are interested in using these materials in energy-relevant technologies.

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Zeolites Chemical Compounds
Metals Chemical Compounds
Adsorption Chemical Compounds
adsorption Physics & Astronomy
Density functional theory Chemical Compounds
Ethane Chemical Compounds
metals Physics & Astronomy
functionals Physics & Astronomy

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Chris Cramer

Person: Executive, Administrative, and Managerial, Honorary


Projects 2012 2021

Research Output 1992 2019

4 Citations (Scopus)

A quantitative study of the structure–activity relationship in hierarchical zeolites using liquid-phase reactions

Xu, D., Abdelrahman, O., Ahn, S. H., Guefrachi, Y., Kuznetsov, A., Ren, L., Hwang, S., Khaleel, M., Al Hassan, S., Liu, D., Hong, S. B., Dauenhauer, P. & Tsapatsis, M., Mar 2019, In : AIChE Journal. 65, 3, p. 1067-1075 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Benzyl Alcohol
Multicarrier modulation
Angular distribution
Computer simulation
1 Citation (Scopus)

Is the Inversion of Phosphorus Trihalides (PF 3 , PCl 3 , PBr 3 , and PI 3 ) a Diradical Process?

Varga, Z., Verma, P. & Truhlar, D. G., Oct 1 2019, In : Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 123, 1, p. 301-312 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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