Well done to Remo on publications in Nature Materials and J. Am. Chem. Soc. on the first high-pressure high-temperature phase diagrams of metal-organic frameworks.

The first looks at the negative melting slope of ZIF-62, i.e. why it becomes easier to melt with applied pressure:


Pressure promoted low-temperature melting of metal-organic frameworks

R. N. Widmer, G. I. Lampronti, S. Anzellini, R. Gaillac, S. Farsang, C. Zhou, A. M. Belenguer, H. Palmer, A. K. Kleppe, M. T. Wharmby,  S. A. T. Redfern, F. X. Coudert, S. G. Macleod, T. D. Bennett,Nat. Mater., 2019, DOI: 10.1038/s41563-019-0317-4.


The second looks at polymorphism in the ZIF-4 family, and shows the rich array of unusual phases which might be obtained by the simultaneous application of pressure and temperature:



Rich polymorphism of a metal-organic framework in oressure-temperature space

R. N. Widmer, G. I. Lampronti, S. Chibani, C. W. Wilson, S. Anzellini, S. Farsang, A. K. Kleppe, N. P. M. Casati, S. G. MacLeod, S. A. T. Redfern, F. X. Coudert and T. D. Bennett*,   J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2019141, 9330-9337.