A Stable and Conductive Metallophthalocyanine Framework for Electrocatalytic Carbon Dioxide Reduction in Water.

  title={A Stable and Conductive Metallophthalocyanine Framework for Electrocatalytic Carbon Dioxide Reduction in Water.},
  author={Ning Huang and Ka Hung Lee and Yan Yue and Xiaoyi Xu and S. Irle and Qiuhong Jiang and Donglin Jiang},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
Transformation of carbon dioxide to high value-added chemicals becomes a significant challenge for clean energy study. Here we developed a stable and conductive covalent organic framework for electrocatalytic carbon dioxide reduction to carbon monoxide in aqueous solution. The cobalt(II) phthalocyanine catalysts are topologically connected via robust phenazine linkage into two-dimensional tetragonal framework that is stable under boiling water, acid, or base conditions. The 2D lattice enables… 

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