Functionalization and post-functionalization: a step towards polyoxometalate-based materials.

  title={Functionalization and post-functionalization: a step towards polyoxometalate-based materials.},
  author={Anna Proust and Benjamin Matt and Richard Villanneau and Geoffroy Guillemot and Pierre Gouzerh and Guillaume Izzet},
  journal={Chemical Society reviews},
  volume={41 22},
Polyoxometalates (POMs) have remarkable properties and a great deal of potential to meet contemporary societal demands regarding health, environment, energy and information technologies. However, implementation of POMs in various functional architectures, devices or materials requires a processing step. Most developments have considered the exchange of POM counterions in an electrostatically driven approach: immobilization of POMs on electrodes and other surfaces including oxides, embedding in… CONTINUE READING

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