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The transformation of a layered structure in a porous structure throughout a molecular spacer insertion was first introduced into the clay mineral smectite to overcome the limitations of the size of the cavities in zeolites for the new materials obtained . The proposed 2D systems have water molecules between the sheets, joined by the system for various attractive forces. There are two types of water molecules included in the material, some are called coordinated water molecules, which are forming bonds with transition metals present in the sheets and play the role of guest molecules to form the pillars of the final structure.
The resulting structure is in 2-dimensional (2D) structure, with the distance between blades occupied by the guest of benzene molecules that are perpendicular to the blades. Materials with transition metals have been developed, which provide specific features to the two-dimensional network for the sole purpose of including pillars to further the creation of the same form, providing structures with defined pore and known dimensions. Such is the case of the tetracyano-niquelates. Although they are based on the principle of a structure-type Hoffmann, including transition metals such as Co, Mn, and Ni, the result is to have water molecules in the central part or interlamellar, which serve as pillars of the main structure.
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