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Regulating the topology of 2D covalent organic frameworks by the rational introduction of substituents

Regulating the topology of 2D covalent organic frameworks by the rational introduction of substituents
Zhong-Fu Pang, Xin Zhao, Tian-You Zhou, Qiao-Yan Qi, Rong-Ran Liang
Regulating the topology of 2D COFs has been achieved by introducing alkyl substituents into the skeleton of a parent monomer, which led to the formation of a dual-pore COF or single-pore COFs, depending on the sizes of the substituents.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/SC/~3/_YKd1QyhqBg/C6SC05673C

DOI: 2017/SC/C6SC05673C

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