What can you do with a hypothetical database of MOFs?
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Listed here are just a few of the features of this website, which is an interface to a database of (currently) 137,953 hypothetical MOFs. Every MOF can be downloaded as a crystallographic structure file (CIF) or viewed directly on the webpage (if you have Java enabled).
1. Sort to find the "best" MOFs
2. Narrow down MOFs by criteria
3. Compare crystal structures to properties
4. View properties as charts - Pore size distribution
Features coming soon...
Searching by building block component.
Color crystal structures in viewer by building block component.
Download multiple structures (or all of them) simultaneously.