Room-Temperature Synthesis of Covalent Organic Framework (COF-LZU1) Nanobars in CO2 /Water Solvent.
Authors of this article are:
Zhang F, Zhang J, Zhang B, Tan X, Shao D, Shi J, Tan D, Liu L, Feng J, Han B, Yang G, Zheng L, Zhang J.
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The development of facile, rapid, low-energy, environmentally benign routes for the synthesis of covalent organic frameworks (COFs) is of great interest. This study concerns the utilization of water containing dissolved CO2 as a solvent for the room-temperature synthesis of COF. The as-synthesized particles, denoted COF-LZU1, combine advantages of good crystallinity, nanoscale size, and high surface area, which suggests promising application as a support for heterogeneous catalysts. Moreover, this versatile CO2 -assisted method is also applicable for the room-temperature synthesis of Cu-COF-LZU1. This method gives rise to new opportunities for fabricating COFs and COF-based materials with different compositions and structures.
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