MOF/COF hybrids as next generation materials for energy and biomedical applications

CrystEngComm. 2022 Oct 14;24(42):7360-7371. doi: 10.1039/d2ce01296k. eCollection 2022 Oct 31.

ABSTRACT

The rapid increase in the number and variety of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) and covalent organic frameworks (COFs) has led to groundbreaking applications in the field of materials science and engineering. New MOF/COF hybrids combine the outstanding features of MOF and COF structures, such as high crystallinities, large surface areas, high porosities, the ability to decorate the structures with functional groups, and improved chemical and mechanical stabilities. These new hybrid materials offer promising performances for a wide range of applications including catalysis, energy storage, gas separation, and nanomedicine. In this highlight, we discuss the recent advancements of MOF/COF hybrids as next generation materials for energy and biomedical applications with a special focus on the use of computational tools to address the opportunities and challenges of using MOF/COF hybrids for various applications.

PMID:36353708 | PMC:PMC9620950 | DOI:10.1039/d2ce01296k

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