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As defects significantly affect the properties of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs)–from changing their mechanical properties to enhancing their catalytic ability–obtaining synthetic control over defects is essential to tuning the effects on the properties of the MOF. Previous work has shown that synthesis temperature and the identity and concentration of modulating acid are critical factors in determining the nature and distribution of defects in the UiO family of MOFs. In this paper wedoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.7301951.v1 fatcat:egol3sgfqzb6tb5x6asb6zyinq