Porous Hydrogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks
AbstractOrdered porous solid-state architectures constructed via non-covalent supramolecular self-assembly have attracted increasing interest due to their unique advantages and potential applications. Porous metal-coordination organic frameworks (MOFs) are generated by the assembly of metal coordination centers and organic linkers. Compared to MOFs, porous hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks (HOFs) are readily purified and recovered via simple recrystallization. However, due to lacking of sufficiently ability to orientate self-aggregation of building motifs in predictable manners, rational design and preparation of porous HOFs are still challenging. Herein, we summarize recent developments about porous HOFs and attempt to gain deeper insights into the design strategies of basic building motifs. View Full-Text
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Han, Y.-F.; Yuan, Y.-X.; Wang, H.-B. Porous Hydrogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks. Molecules 2017, 22, 266.
Han Y-F, Yuan Y-X, Wang H-B. Porous Hydrogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks. Molecules. 2017; 22(2):266.Chicago/Turabian Style
Han, Yi-Fei; Yuan, Ying-Xue; Wang, Hong-Bo. 2017. "Porous Hydrogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks." Molecules 22, no. 2: 266.
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