Two-dimensional metal-organic framework and covalent-organic framework: synthesis and their energy-related applications

  title={Two-dimensional metal-organic framework and covalent-organic framework: synthesis and their energy-related applications},
  author={Weiran Zheng and Chui‐Shan Tsang and Lawrence Yoon Suk Lee and Kwok‐yin Wong},
  journal={Materials Today Chemistry},

Two‐Dimensional Metal–Organic Frameworks and Covalent–Organic Frameworks for Electrocatalysis: Distinct Merits by the Reduced Dimension

The demand to develop highly efficient electrocatalysts for renewable energy conversion has dramatically increased over the past few years. Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) and covalent–organic

Two-dimensional metal–organic frameworks and their derivatives for electrochemical energy storage and electrocatalysis

Two-dimensional (2D) metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) and their derivatives with excellent dimension-related properties, e.g. high surface areas, abundantly accessible metal nodes, and tailorable

Two-dimensional metal-organic frameworks: from synthesis to bioapplications

As a typical class of crystalline porous materials, metal–organic framework possesses unique features including versatile functionality, structural and compositional tunability. After being reduced

Homochiral Covalent Organic Frameworks for Asymmetric Catalysis.

An overview of new progress in HCCOFs-based asymmetric catalysis, including design, synthesis and their application in asymmetric organic synthesis is provided, and major challenges and developing trends in this field are discussed.

Electrochemical Sensors Based on Covalent Organic Frameworks: A Critical Review

This review summarized recent achievements in developing novel electrochemical sensors based on covalent organic frameworks, and discussed the key fundamental and challenging issues that need to be addressed, including the mechanisms underlying charge transport, methods to improve electrical conductivity, immobilization methods on different substrates, synthesis strategies for nanoscale COFs, and the application of COFs in different fields.

2D framework materials for energy applications

This minireview would like to highlight recent achievements in the synthesis of 2D framework materials and their advantages for certain applications, and give some future perspectives.

Post-synthetic modification of covalent organic frameworks.

The BBE strategy allows the use of protoCOF structures for the evolution of new COF structures with completely new components taking advantage of the fact that reversible bond formation is a characteristic feature of COFs.

Covalent Organic Framework Membranes for Efficient Chemicals Separation

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are an emerging class of organic porous crystalline materials that are composed entirely by organic linkers and connected by strong covalent bonds. The unique

Applications of Dynamic Covalent Chemistry Concept towards Tailored Covalent Organic Framework Nanomaterials: A Review.

Five synthetic strategies for COF synthesis are rationalized, namely: modulation, mixed linker/linkage, sub-stoichiometric reaction, framework isomerism, and linker exchange, which highlight the dynamic covalent chemistry to regulate the growth and to modify the properties of COFs.



Two-dimensional metal-organic framework nanosheets: synthesis and applications.

This review summarizes the recent advances in the synthesis of 2D MOF nanosheets by using top-down methods, e.g. sonication exfoliation, mechanical ex foliation, Li-intercalation exfoliated and chemical exfolation, and bottom-up methods, i.e. interfacial synthesis, three-layer synthesis, surfactant-assisted synthesis, modulated synthesis, and sonication synthesis.

Room-Temperature Synthesis of Two-Dimensional Metal–Organic Frameworks with Controllable Size and Functionality for Enhanced CO2 Sorption

Two-dimensional (2D) metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), as a newly emerged member of 2D materials, have gained extensive attention due to their great potential in gas separation, sensing, and

Recent progress in two-dimensional COFs for energy-related applications

Due to their unique properties of porosity, high surface areas and ordered structure as well as possible charge-carrier transfer ability, two-dimensional (2D) covalent organic frameworks (COFs) have

Liquid-interface-assisted synthesis of covalent-organic and metal-organic two-dimensional crystalline polymers

The development of synthetic two-dimensional crystalline polymers (2DCPs), such as 2D covalent-organic polymers and 2D metal-organic polymers, is receiving increasing attention due to their

2D Covalent Organic Frameworks with Alternating Triangular and Hexagonal Pores

C organic frameworks (COFs) are an incipient class of porous crystalline materials that have attracted considerable attention for applications related to gas storage, separations, optoelectronics,5−7

Tuning the topology and functionality of metal-organic frameworks by ligand design.

The laboratory's experience in tuning the topology and functionality of MOFs by ligand design has led to new materials with interesting properties and there is still ample opportunity for further exploration.

Synthesis of metallophthalocyanine covalent organic frameworks that exhibit high carrier mobility and photoconductivity.

A new phthalocyanine unit is developed for the synthesis of nickel phthalcyanine-based COFs, a new class of porous architectures that allow the integration of organic units with atomic precision into long-range-ordered twoand three-dimensional structures.

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs): from design to applications.

This critical review describes the state-of-the-art development in the design, synthesis, characterisation, and application of the crystalline porous COF materials.

In situ synthesis of ultrathin metal–organic framework nanosheets: a new method for 2D metal-based nanoporous carbon electrocatalysts

Two-dimensional (2D) metal–organic framework (MOF) nanosheets, which possess the advantages of both 2D layered nanomaterials and MOFs, are considered as promising nanomaterials. However, it is still

A novel two-dimensional nickel phthalocyanine-based metal–organic framework for highly efficient water oxidation catalysis

Large π-conjugated conductive two-dimensional (2D) metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) via the bottom-up approach have recently emerged as novel and interesting 2D materials. For the first time, herein