Direct grafting-from of PEDOT from a photoreactive Zr-based MOF - a novel route to electrically conductive composite materials.

  title={Direct grafting-from of PEDOT from a photoreactive Zr-based MOF - a novel route to electrically conductive composite materials.},
  author={Alexander Mohmeyer and Andreas Schaate and Bastian Hoppe and Hendrik A. Schulze and Thea Heinemeyer and Peter Behrens},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  volume={55 23},
The postsynthetic potential of the two-dimensional metal-organic framework Zr-bzpdc-MOF which is based on the photoreactive molecule benzophenone-4,4'-dicarboxylic acid (H2bzpdc) is used here to selectively functionalize the MOF surface. We report the direct radical-induced oxidative grafting-from polymerization of the precursor EDOT on Zr-bzpdc-MOF, leading to an electrically conductive composite material and opening the road to a variety of applications. 
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