Electrochemistry within metal-organic frameworks

Jonathan E. Halls, Dongmei Jiang, Andrew D. Burrows, M. Anbu Kulandainathan, Frank Marken

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Abstract

Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) represent a rapidly growing class of porous materials with immense structural diversity and promise. When applied in electrochemical systems challenges arise in (i) allowing electron transport into the framework to occur, (ii) supporting rapid cation/anion exchange without loss of structural integrity, (iii) enabling catalytic processes to occur in pores, and (iv) providing stable performance. The past decade has witnessed progress in synthesis and functionalisation techniques, but also exploratory efforts into fundamental understanding of pore processes and in theory. This review summarises some of the recent developments and challenges towards future electrochemical applications of metal-organic frameworks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSPR Electrochemistry
EditorsJ. D. Wadhawan, R. G. Compton
Place of PublicationCambridge, U. K.
PublisherRSC
Pages187-210
Number of pages24
Volume12
ISBN (Print)9781849735810
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Electrochemistry
Metals
Structural integrity
Anions
Porous materials
Cations
Electron Transport

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Halls, J. E., Jiang, D., Burrows, A. D., Kulandainathan, M. A., & Marken, F. (2013). Electrochemistry within metal-organic frameworks. In J. D. Wadhawan, & R. G. Compton (Eds.), SPR Electrochemistry (Vol. 12, pp. 187-210). Cambridge, U. K.: RSC. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781849737333-00187

Electrochemistry within metal-organic frameworks. / Halls, Jonathan E.; Jiang, Dongmei; Burrows, Andrew D.; Kulandainathan, M. Anbu; Marken, Frank.

SPR Electrochemistry. ed. / J. D. Wadhawan; R. G. Compton. Vol. 12 Cambridge, U. K. : RSC, 2013. p. 187-210.

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Halls, JE, Jiang, D, Burrows, AD, Kulandainathan, MA & Marken, F 2013, Electrochemistry within metal-organic frameworks. in JD Wadhawan & RG Compton (eds), SPR Electrochemistry. vol. 12, RSC, Cambridge, U. K., pp. 187-210. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781849737333-00187
Halls JE, Jiang D, Burrows AD, Kulandainathan MA, Marken F. Electrochemistry within metal-organic frameworks. In Wadhawan JD, Compton RG, editors, SPR Electrochemistry. Vol. 12. Cambridge, U. K.: RSC. 2013. p. 187-210 https://doi.org/10.1039/9781849737333-00187
Halls, Jonathan E. ; Jiang, Dongmei ; Burrows, Andrew D. ; Kulandainathan, M. Anbu ; Marken, Frank. / Electrochemistry within metal-organic frameworks. SPR Electrochemistry. editor / J. D. Wadhawan ; R. G. Compton. Vol. 12 Cambridge, U. K. : RSC, 2013. pp. 187-210
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