Importance Of Surface Modification In Controllably Fabricating Highly Ordered Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs)
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Bing Sun is a PhD at the China University of Geosciences (Beijing) · School of science. Sun's research focuses on advanced 2D framework materials and films through the synthesis, design and manipulation of tailor-made molecular constituents. Sun works on the synthesis of 2D covalent/metal organic frameworks with controlled structure and engineered function for the applications in photoelectrochemistry and energy storage.

                       

Importance Of Surface Modification In Controllably Fabricating Highly Ordered Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs)

Designing a highly ordered topological structure is an interesting methodology to explore new functional materials with fantastic physiochemical properties. Covalent organic framework (denoted as COF) is a class of rapidly developed crystalline porous materials constructed from the organic molecules with particular groups (such as boronic, amino and formyl groups). These novel materials feature predictably deigned topologies, highly ordered and permanent porosity, high surface area and low matter density. In particularly, layered two-dimensional (2D) COFs possess extended covalently conjugated 2D layers...

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