covalent organic frameworks, crystalline materials, porous materials, porous polymers, task-specific designs
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Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are an emerging class of functional nanostructures with intriguing properties, due to their unprecedented combination of high crystallinity, tunable pore size, large surface area, and unique molecular architecture. The enormous possible design space available within COFs provides virtually unlimited room for imagination, allowing designed incorporation of different functionalities. In article number 1801410, Qi Sun, Shengqian Ma, and co-workers review the recent advancements of COFs for numerous applications.
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Advanced Science, v. 6, issue 2, art. 1970011
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Song, Yanpei; Sun, Qi; Aguila, Briana; and Ma, Shengqian, "Covalent Organic Frameworks: Opportunities of Covalent Organic Frameworks for Advanced Applications" (2019). Chemistry Faculty Publications. 125.