Recent development of covalent organic frameworks (COFs): synthesis and catalytic (organic-electro-photo) applications

  title={Recent development of covalent organic frameworks (COFs): synthesis and catalytic (organic-electro-photo) applications},
  author={Rakesh Kumar Sharma and Priya Yadav and Manavi Yadav and Radhika Gupta and Pooja Rana and Anju Srivastava and Radek Zbořil and Rajender S. Varma and Markus Antonietti and Manoj B. Gawande},
  journal={Materials horizons},
Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are one of the most important and dynamic members of the porous organic materials and are constructed using reticular chemistry with the building blocks being connected via covalent bonds. Due to their fascinating properties such as large surface area; structural versatility; effortless surface modification; and high chemical stability, COFs are being widely deployed in catalytic; sensing; adsorption; gas storage; and many other valuable applications. This… 

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