Covalent organic frameworks as heterogeneous catalysts

  title={Covalent organic frameworks as heterogeneous catalysts},
  author={Hui Hu and Qianqian Yan and Rile Ge and Yanan Gao},
  journal={Chinese Journal of Catalysis},

Recent Advances in Covalent Organic Frameworks for Catalysis.

This work focuses on summarizing recent and significant developments in COFs materials, with an emphasis on both the synthetic strategies and targeted functionalization, and the potential catalysis applications of these materials in accordance with the different types of catalytic reactions.

Synthesis, Properties, and Their Potential Application of Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs)

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) represent an emerging class of crystalline porous polymers, which are ingeniously assembled with organic building blocks through reversible covalent bonds. The

Recent Progress in Metal-Free Covalent Organic Frameworks as Heterogeneous Catalysts.

The recent advances in metal-free COFs as a versatile platform for heterogeneous catalysis in a wide range of chemical reactions are presented and the synthetic strategy and promising catalytic applications of COF-based catalysts (including photocatalysis) are summarized.

Porous organic polymer material supported palladium nanoparticles

As a rapidly emerging class of polymers with a high specific surface area, customizable structures, tunable pore sizes, and readily available building blocks, porous organic polymer materials (POPs),

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Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) represent an emerging class of crystalline porous polymers, which are ingeniously assembled with organic building blocks through reversible covalent bonds. The

Covalent Organic Frameworks: Promising Materials as Heterogeneous Catalysts for C-C Bond Formations

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are defined as highly porous and crystalline polymers, constructed and connected via covalent bonds, extending in two- or three-dimension. Compared with other

Covalent Organic Frameworks: Synthesis, Properties and Applications—An Overview

This review attempts to give a brief insight on COF history, the overall strategies and techniques for rational COF synthesis and post-synthetic functionalization, as well as a glance at the exponentially growing field of COF research, summarizing their main properties and introducing the numerous technological and industrial state of the art applications.



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 as metal-free heterogeneous photocatalysts for organic transformations

Two-dimensional covalent organic frameworks (2D-COFs) are excellent candidates for photocatalytic organic transformations due to their periodic columnar π-arrays and ordered nanochannels. Here, we

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.

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.

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.

Imparting Catalytic Activity to a Covalent Organic Framework Material by Nanoparticle Encapsulation.

The obtained COF composites with embedded but accessible Au nanoparticles possess large surface areas and highly open mesopores and display recyclable catalytic performance for reduction of 4-nitrophenol, which cannot be catalyzed by the pure COF material, with activities relevant to contents and geometric structures of the incorporated nanoparticles.

Multifunctional and robust covalent organic framework–nanoparticle hybrids

Highly dispersed Pd(0) nanoparticles were successfully immobilized into a stable, crystalline and porous covalent organic framework (COF), TpPa-1, by a solution infiltration method using NABH4 as a

Stable, crystalline, porous, covalent organic frameworks as a platform for chiral organocatalysts.

The synthesis of a crystalline porous COF is reported that is stable against water, strong acids and strong bases, and its utility as a material platform for structural design and functional development is demonstrated.

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.

Covalent Organic Frameworks as a Platform for Multidimensional Polymerization

More powerful characterization of structure and defects, improved syntheses guided by mechanistic understanding, and accessing diverse isolated forms, ranging from single crystals to thin films to colloidal suspensions, remain important frontier problems.