Covalent‐Organic‐Framework‐Based Li–CO2 Batteries

@article{Li2019CovalentOrganicFrameworkBasedLB,
  title={Covalent‐Organic‐Framework‐Based Li–CO2 Batteries},
  author={Xing Li and Hui Wang and Zhongxin Chen and Hai Xu and Wei Yu and Cuibo Liu and Xiaowei Wang and Kun Zhang and Keyu Xie and Kian Ping Loh},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
  year={2019},
  volume={31}
}
Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are an emerging class of porous crystalline materials constructed from designer molecular building blocks that are linked and extended periodically via covalent bonds. Their high stability, open channels, and ease of functionalization suggest that they can function as a useful cathode material in reversible lithium batteries. Here, a COF constructed from hydrazone/hydrazide‐containing molecular units, which shows good CO2 sequestration properties, is reported… 

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