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Solvent-Induced Cadmium(II) Metal–Organic Frameworks with Adjustable Guest-Evacuated Porosity: Application in the Controllable Assembly of MOF-Derived Porous Carbon Materials for Supercapacitors

Solvent-Induced Cadmium(II) Metal–Organic Frameworks with Adjustable Guest-Evacuated Porosity: Application in the Controllable Assembly of MOF-Derived Porous Carbon Materials for Supercapacitors
Lin Zhang, Yi-Fan Jiang, Man-Li Yue, Kang-Yu Zou, Cheng-Yan Yu, Zuo-Xi Li
Five Cd-MOFs, constructed from identical ligand ingredients under different solvents, were employed as precursors to prepare porous carbons (PCs) through a calcination process. The results reveal that the specific surface area of PCs is closely related to the porosity of Cd-MOFs, and both could be adjusted by the solvent. PCs were further activated by KOH to obtain APCs, and the APC-dmf electrode exhibits the highest porosity, largest specific capacitance, and excellent cycling stability, which has a potential application in supercapacitors. More information can be found in the Full Paper by Z.-X. Li et al. (DOI: 10.1002/chem.201702694).

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/chem.201704084

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