Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa

Researcher at Chemistry and Biochemistry

Francoise Noa is a researcher at the division of chemistry and biochemistry. She is currently working on synthesis and characterisation of metal-organic frameworks, covalent-organic frameworks and crystal engineering with emphasis on host-guest aspects and environmental applications. She is also specialised in structure determination by single crystal diffraction and is assisting Chalmers Materials Analysis Laboratory in this capacity.

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A unified topology approach to dot-, rod-, and sheet-MOFs

Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa, Maria Abrahamsson, Elisabet Ahlberg et al
Chem. Vol. 7 (9), p. 2491-2512
Journal article

Octanuclear heterometallic Fe-III-Ce-IV pivalate clusters: From a close {Fe4Ce4(mu(4)-O)(4)} cage to an open {Fe4Ce4(mu(4)-O)(2)(mu(3)-O)(2)} core

Svetlana G. Baca, Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa, Lars Öhrström
Inorganica Chimica Acta. Vol. 515
Journal article

An improved water-harvesting cycle

Lars Öhrström, Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa
Science. Vol. 374 (6566), p. 402-
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Metal-Organic Frameworks with Hexakis(4-carboxyphenyl)benzene: Extensions to Reticular Chemistry and Introducing Foldable Nets

Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa, Erik Svensson Grape, Steffen Brülls et al
Journal of the American Chemical Society. Vol. 142 (20), p. 9471-9481
Journal article

Metal-Organic Frameworks

Lars Öhrström, Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa

Natural and synthetic metal oxalates-a topology approach

Cyrielle L.F. Dazem, Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa, Justin Nenwa et al
CrystEngComm. Vol. 21 (41), p. 6156-6164
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AI, Big Data, Machine Learning and Metal-Organic Framework synthesis, analysis and design. A proof of concept study (MOF-CADS)

Lars Öhrström Chemistry and Biochemistry
Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa Chemistry and Biochemistry
Rongzhen Chen CSE Verksamhetsstöd
Victor Eberstein Data Science Research Engineers

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