Phenazine-Based Covalent Organic Framework Cathode Materials with High Energy and Power Densities.

@article{Vitaku2019PhenazineBasedCO,
  title={Phenazine-Based Covalent Organic Framework Cathode Materials with High Energy and Power Densities.},
  author={Edon Vitaku and Cara N. Gannett and Keith L. Carpenter and Luxi Shen and Héctor D. Abruña and William R. Dichtel},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2019}
}
Redox-active covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are promising materials for energy storage devices because of their high density of redox sites, permanent and con-trolled porosity, high surface areas, and tunable structures. However, the low electrochemical accessibility of their redox-active sites has limited COF-based devices either to thin films (<250 nm) grown on conductive substrates, or to thicker films (1 µm) when a conductive polymer is introduced into the COF pores. Electrical energy… 

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