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Laboratory of Functional Inorganic Materials

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Summary

The Laboratory of Functional Inorganic Materials (LFIM) at EPFL focuses on the design and production of porous hybrid organic-inorganic materials for small molecule storage, separations, and catalysis. Led by Professor Wendy L. Queen, the lab specializes in the synthesis and characterization of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), which offer high internal surface areas for adsorption of guest species. LFIM's research aims to address globally important issues such as reducing CO2 emissions through the development of energetically favorable gas separation materials. The lab is located within the EPFL-ISIC-Valais chemistry campus in Sion, Switzerland, and collaborates with diverse research groups sharing common missions in energy-related research.

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