Organic Salts are fully organic ionic solids wich form, at 3D-level, low density architectures built with charge-assisted hydrogen-bonds. These materials should have permanent porosity and interact through their charges with guests. If in the framework rotors are introduced, it is also possible to follow the dynamics of the guest through the channels.
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