metal-organic framework

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metal-organic framework ‎(plural metal-organic frameworks) (Abbreviated as: MOF)

  1. (chemistry) Any of several highly porous, crystalline substances having a cage structure of metal ions coordinated to organic compounds; they have an application in the bulk storage of gases such as hydrogen