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Ordered covalent organic frameworks, COFs and PAFs. From preparation to application

AuthorsDíaz Morales, Urbano ; Corma, Avelino
Gas uptake
Porous aromatic frameworks
Covalent organic frameworks
Issue Date2016
CitationCoordination Chemistry Reviews 311: 85-124 (2016)
AbstractCovalent organic frameworks, COFs, and their derived sub-groups based on auto-assembly of exclusively aromatic units, PAFs, 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. This together with charged low-density structures combined with their organization through π-conjugated system arrays, open the possibilities of COFs and PAFs to be used as effective materials for adsorption, selective separation and catalysis, and in nanotechnological applications. This review will be focused on self-assembly synthesis mechanisms, physico-chemical characteristics, and applications of this class of promising covalent porous organic structures, out looking their possible future approaches and perspectives.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2015.12.010
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.ccr.2015.12.010
issn: 0010-8545
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