Table 1 Summary MOFs studied with N2 gas for determining water vapor sorption properties.

From: Reversible Atmospheric Water Harvesting Using Metal-Organic Frameworks

MOFSAa (m2 g−1)Vpb (cm3 g−1)Uptake capacity c (g kg−1)Working capacityd (g kg−1)Water desorbed (%)
Ti-MIL-12511530.4732331397
Ti-MIL-125-NH213580.5541340999
Zr-UiO-669590.4034733897
Zr-UiO-66-NH211090.4636435598
Zr-MOF-80818800.6974471496
Cr-MIL-10125791.631263124698
Cu-HKUST-115120.4121810548
Al-MIL-538140.4113215
Zn-ZIF-818350.6915640
  1. aSurface area calculated from Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) model analysis of N2 gas adsorption-desorption isotherm at 77 K. bPore volume calculated at p/po = 0.4 of N2 adsorption isotherm (77 K). cWater vapor uptake capacity was determined gravimetrically; the value is taken from the first cycle adsorption at 70% RH and 22 °C at ambient pressure. dWorking capacity was determined gravimetrically by the difference in the amount of water desorbed and adsorbed during water cycle stability and recovery studies.