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Nanoparticles of Prussian blue analogs and related coordination polymers: From information storage to biomedical applications

Nanoparticles of Prussian blue analogs and related coordination polymers: From information storage to biomedical applications
This review is dedicated to the synthesis, properties and potential applications of Prussian blue analogs and other cyanide-bridged coordination polymers that have been recently investigated at the nanoscale. A wide range of nanostructures including core-shells, hollow particles and other architectures were designed with the objective of creating new and original functionalities targeting a wide range of fields such as information storage, waste water treatment, catalysis, gas storage and biomedical applications. Cyanide-bridged coordination nanoparticles have also chemical functionality and serve as precursors for the controlled design of other nanomaterials (alloys, oxides…).

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0010854517300668

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