Porous Organic Materials:Strategic Design and Structure-Function Correlation

Das, Saikat and Heasman, Patrick and Ben, Teng and Qiu, Shilun (2017) Porous Organic Materials:Strategic Design and Structure-Function Correlation. Chemical Reviews, 117 (3). pp. 1515-1563. ISSN 0009-2665

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Abstract

Porous organic materials have garnered colossal interest with the scientific fraternity due to their excellent gas sorption performances, catalytic abilities, energy storage capacities, and other intriguing applications. This review encompasses the recent significant breakthroughs and the conventional functions and practices in the field of porous organic materials to find useful applications and imparts a comprehensive understanding of the strategic evolution of the design and synthetic approaches of porous organic materials with tunable characteristics. We present an exhaustive analysis of the design strategies with special emphasis on the topologies of crystalline and amorphous porous organic materials. In addition to elucidating the structure–function correlation and state-of-the-art applications of porous organic materials, we address the challenges and restrictions that prevent us from realizing porous organic materials with tailored structures and properties for useful applications.

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Journal Article
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Chemical Reviews
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137386
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04 Mar 2020 15:30
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