Electrochemical Instability of Metal–Organic Frameworks: In Situ Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of the Real Active Sites

  title={Electrochemical Instability of Metal–Organic Frameworks: In Situ Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of the Real Active Sites},
  author={Weiran Zheng and Mengjie Liu and Lawrence Yoon Suk Lee},
  journal={ACS Catalysis},
Despite recent attempts using metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) directly as electrocatalysts, the electrochemical stability of MOFs and the role of in situ-formed species during electrochemistry are ... 

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