Li-Chiang Lin
Li-Chiang Lin
Chemical Engineering, National Taiwan University and the Ohio State University
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In silico screening of carbon-capture materials
LC Lin, AH Berger, RL Martin, J Kim, JA Swisher, K Jariwala, CH Rycroft, ...
Nature Materials 11 (7), 633-641, 2012
Multilayer Nanoporous Graphene Membranes for Water Desalination
D Cohen-Tanugi*, LC Lin*(co-first author), JC Grossman
Nano Letters, 2016
Ab initio carbon capture in open-site metal–organic frameworks
AL Dzubak*, LC Lin*(co-first author), J Kim, JA Swisher, R Poloni, ...
Nature Chemistry, 2012
Small-Molecule Adsorption in Open-Site Metal–Organic Frameworks: A Systematic Density Functional Theory Study for Rational Design
K Lee*, JD Howe*, LC Lin*(co-first author), B Smit, JB Neaton
Chemistry of Materials 27 (3), 668-678, 2015
Atomistic understandings of reduced graphene oxide as an ultrathin-film nanoporous membrane for separations
LC Lin, JC Grossman
Nature Communications 6, 2015
The Mechanism of Carbon Dioxide Adsorption in an Alkylamine-Functionalized Metal–Organic Framework
N Planas, AL Dzubak, R Poloni, LC Lin, A McManus, TM McDonald, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (20), 7402-7405, 2013
Reversible CO binding enables tunable CO/H2 and CO/N2 separations in metal–organic frameworks with exposed divalent metal cations
ED Bloch, MR Hudson, JA Mason, S Chavan, V Crocellà, JD Howe, K Lee, ...
J. Am. Chem. Soc 136 (30), 10752-10761, 2014
Evaluating different classes of porous materials for carbon capture
JM Huck, LC Lin, AH Berger, MN Shahrak, RL Martin, AS Bhown, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 7 (12), 4132-4146, 2014
Understanding CO2 Dynamics in Metal–Organic Frameworks with Open Metal Sites
LC Lin, J Kim, X Kong, E Scott, TM McDonald, JR Long, JA Reimer, B Smit
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2013
A hybrid absorption–adsorption method to efficiently capture carbon
H Liu*, B Liu*, LC Lin*(co-first author), G Chen, Y Wu, J Wang, X Gao, ...
Nature Communications 5, 2014
Design of a metal-organic framework with enhanced back bonding for the separation of N2 and CH4
K Lee, WC Isley III, AL Dzubak, P Verma, SJ Stoneburner, LC Lin, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014
Predicting Large CO2 Adsorption in Aluminosilicate Zeolites for Postcombustion Carbon Dioxide Capture
J Kim*, LC Lin*(co-first author), JA Swisher, M Haranczyk, B Smit
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (46), 18940-18943, 2012
New materials for methane capture from dilute and medium-concentration sources
J Kim, A Maiti, LC Lin, JK Stolaroff, B Smit, RD Aines
Nature Communications 4, 1694, 2013
Computational screening of porous metal‐organic frameworks and zeolites for the removal of SO2 and NOx from flue gases
W Sun, LC Lin, X Peng, B Smit
AIChE Journal 60 (6), 2314-2323, 2014
Metal-Organic Frameworks in adsorption driven heat pumps: The potential of alcohols as working fluid
M de Lange, B Laurens Van Velzen, CP Ottevanger, K Verouden, LC Lin, ...
Langmuir, 2015
Force-Field Development from Electronic Structure Calculations with Periodic Boundary Conditions: Applications to Gaseous Adsorption and Transport in Metal–Organic Frameworks
LC Lin, K Lee, L Gagliardi, JB Neaton, B Smit
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 10 (4), 1477-1488, 2014
Large-scale screening of zeolite structures for CO2 membrane separations
J Kim, M Abouelnasr, LC Lin, B Smit
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (20), 7545-7552, 2013
Two-dimensional Covalent Triazine Framework as an Ultrathin-film Nanoporous Membrane for Desalination
LC Lin, J Choi, JC Grossman
Chemical Communications, 2015
Large-scale computational screening of zeolites for ethane/ethene separation
J Kim*, LC Lin*(co-first author), RL Martin, JA Swisher, M Haranczyk, ...
Langmuir 28 (32), 11914-11919, 2012
Bioinspired Metal–Organic Framework for Trace CO2 Capture
CE Bien, KK Chen, SC Chien, BR Reiner, LC Lin, CR Wade, WSW Ho
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (40), 12662-12666, 2018
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