Thanh-Tam Truong

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Two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks (2D COFs) are candidate materials for charge storage devices because of their micro- or mesoporosity, high surface area, and ability to predictably organize redox-active groups. The limited chemical and oxidative stability of established COF linkages, such as boroxines and boronate esters, precludes these(More)
Thin films of benzidine polymers were electrochemically deposited directly onto conductive substrates by oxidative coupling of di- and trianilinoalkane monomers. The electropolymerization and electrochemical properties of the polymers were optimized by varying the alkyl linker. Polymer films exhibited two reversible one-electron transfers at high potentials(More)
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