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In the present work, a type of zirconium metal organic framework known as UiO-66 (reported by researchers from the University of Oslo, for which it is called acronym) was used to adsorb ibuprofen and release it in a medium simulating the blood pH. The bioviability and low toxicity of the UiO-66 are the characteristics by which this nanomaterial was chosen to transport a drug. This project implemented a methodology for the synthesis of UiO-66 at room temperature; it was also achieved to adaptdoi:10.35429/joes.2019.18.6.8.15 fatcat:yhal33o3qjbgvmf6eehyhskdby