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
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
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
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
Surface Area Determination of Porous Materials Using the Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) Method: Limitations and Improvements
P Sinha, A Datar, C Jeong, X Deng, YG Chung, LC Lin
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2019
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