Covalent Organic Frameworks for Catalysis

  title={Covalent Organic Frameworks for Catalysis},
  author={Yusran Yusran and Hui Li and Xinyu Guan and Qianrong Fang and Shilun Qiu},

Covalent Organic Frameworks with trans-Dimensionally Vinylene-linked π-Conjugated Motifs

Vinylene-linked covalent organic frameworks(COFs) are a class of promising porous organic materials that feature fully π-conjugated structures, high crystallinity, permanent porosity, ultrahigh

Electrochemical Sensors Based on Covalent Organic Frameworks: A Critical Review

This review summarized recent achievements in developing novel electrochemical sensors based on covalent organic frameworks, and discussed the key fundamental and challenging issues that need to be addressed, including the mechanisms underlying charge transport, methods to improve electrical conductivity, immobilization methods on different substrates, synthesis strategies for nanoscale COFs, and the application of COFs in different fields.

Covalent Organic Frameworks for Chemical and Biological Sensing

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are a class of crystalline porous organic polymers with polygonal porosity and highly ordered structures. The most prominent feature of the COFs is their excellent

Synthesis of pH-responsive covalent organic frameworks nanocarrier for plumbagin delivery

Characteristics make nanoscale covalent organic framework COF-366 an ideal material for drug delivery and reveal its promising application in biomedical applications.

Rational design of benzodifuran-functionalized donor-acceptor covalent organic frameworks for photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from water.

A benzodifuran-based donor-acceptor covalent organic framework was synthesized and employed for efficient simulated sunlight-driven photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from water, which exhibited a

Covalent organic framework-based materials for energy applications

The excessive depletion of fossil fuels and consequent energy crisis combined with environmental issues call for inexhaustible, clean and renewable energy sources and environmentally friendly energy



Covalent organic frameworks.

This tutorial review describes the basic design concepts, the recent synthetic advancements and structural studies, and the frontiers of functional exploration of covalent organic frameworks.

On the road towards electroactive covalent organic frameworks.

Key aspects of the design of covalent organic frameworks with a focus on electroactive COFs for potential optoelectronic and photovoltaic applications are discussed.

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs): from design to applications.

This critical review describes the state-of-the-art development in the design, synthesis, characterisation, and application of the crystalline porous COF materials.

Covalent organic frameworks based on Schiff-base chemistry: synthesis, properties and potential applications.

This critical review article summarizes the current state-of-the-art on the design principles and synthetic strategies toward COFs based on Schiff-base chemistry, collects and rationalizes their physicochemical properties, as well as aims to provide perspectives of potential applications which are at the forefront of research in materials science.

Covalent Organic Frameworks: Structures, Synthesis, and Applications

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are crystalline porous polymers formed by a bottom‐up approach from molecular building units having a predesigned geometry that are connected through covalent

Three-Dimensional Covalent Organic Frameworks with Dual Linkages for Bifunctional Cascade Catalysis.

A new synthetic strategy based on dual linkages that leads to 3D COFs that show high specific surface areas and large gas uptake capacities, which makes them the top COF material for gas uptake.

Encapsulating [Mo3S13]2- clusters in cationic covalent organic frameworks: enhancing stability and recyclability by converting a homogeneous photocatalyst to a heterogeneous photocatalyst.

Comprehensive studies indicated that the Mo3S13@EB-COF was the product of a successful conversion of a homogeneous to a heterogeneous catalyst, and exhibited excellent stability and recyclability as well as a remarkable photocatalytic hydrogen evolution rate under visible-light irradiation.

One-pot cascade syntheses of microporous and mesoporous pyrazine-linked covalent organic frameworks as Lewis-acid catalysts.

It is demonstrated that manganese(ii)-incorporated PZ-COFs can act as excellent Lewis-acid catalysts for the cyanosilylation of aromatic aldehydes and expands the applications of COFs as promising catalysts.

A hydrazone-based covalent organic framework for photocatalytic hydrogen production

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) have recently emerged as a new generation of porous polymers combining molecular functionality with the robustness and structural definition of crystalline solids.