Nanomaterials and their derived sub-groups are emerging into the advanced materials field due to their high free porous
volume, structural regularity, robustness, hydrothermal stability, and functional variety. They present high gas uptake capacities and
presence of stabilized active functions in the framework. A significant technical challenge has been recognized as the development of
a viable method to efficiently trap hydrogen, methane and carbon dioxide gas molecules in a confined space for various applications.
Keywords: Nanomaterials; Gas Storage; Microporous Organic Polymers; Hydrogen; Carbon Dioxide; Methane; Carbon Nanotubes;