Crystalline Porous Materials

Crystalline porous materials is the trending research area in the field of proton conducting materials that includes Coordination polymers (CPs), polyoxometalates (POMs), covalent organic frameworks (COFs) and metal–organic frameworks (MOFs). Among those are two major evolving and developing families of crystalline porous materials, Covalent-organic frameworks (COFs) and Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs). These materials are categorized by their extreme porosity, wonderful structural density and flexible functional tenability at molecular level which find its application in batteries, supercapacitors and electrochemical energy storage devices. The crystalinity of materials offers stability for the electrochemical treatment and porosity (high surface area) helps in diffusion of electrolytes and mobility of ions.

  • Proton conducting materials
  • Metal-organic frameworks
  • Covalent-organic frameworks
  • Electrochemical energy storage devices
  • Coordinating polymers
  • Polyoxometalates
  • Lithium and Li-sulfur batteries
  • Energy device applications
  • Capacitors

 

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