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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Showing 10 publications

2022

Heterometallic {Fe18M6} (M = Y, Gd, Dy) Pivalate Wheels Display Solvent-Induced Polymorphism

Daniel Podgornii, Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa, Jan Van Leusen et al
Crystal Growth & Design. Vol. 22 (9), p. 5526-55347
Journal article
2022

Chiral Lanthanum Metal-Organic Framework with Gated CO2 Sorption and Concerted Framework Flexibility

Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa, Erik Svensson Grape, Michelle Ahlen et al
Journal of the American Chemical Society. Vol. 144 (19), p. 8725-8733
Journal article
2022

Pore size effect of 1,3,6,8-tetrakis(4-carboxyphenyl)pyrene-based metal-organic frameworks for enhanced SF6 adsorption with high selectivity

Michelle Åhlén, Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa, Lars Öhrström et al
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. Vol. 343
Journal article
2021

Hybrid Metal-Organic Framework-Cellulose Materials Retaining High Porosity: ZIF-8@Cellulose Nanofibrils

Johannes Thunberg, Savannah Zacharias, Merima Hasani et al
Inorganics. Vol. 9 (11)
Journal article
2021

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
2021

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
2021

An improved water-harvesting cycle

Lars Öhrström, Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa
Science. Vol. 374 (6566), p. 402-402
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2020

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
2020

Metal-Organic Frameworks

Lars Öhrström, Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa
Book
2019

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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Showing 2 research projects

2022–

Chemical Warfare Agents (CWAs) rapid detection

Lars Öhrström Chemistry and Biochemistry
Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa Chemistry and Biochemistry
GENIE, Chalmers Gender Initiative for Excellence

2019–2019

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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