Graphene-organic frameworks (GOFs) is a new class of graphene-based materials in which structure and properties can be designed by controlling the length and concentration of organic ligands, comparable to their tunable metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) counterpart. The structural properties (e.g., surface area, pore volume) and physico-chemical properties (e.g., electronic, thermal, and mechanical) of GOFs can be tuned based on the synthetic conditions. Such GOFs are promising as the next generation of novel materials for a wide range of potential applications such as H2 storage, electronic devices, sensors, drug carriers, etc. Here we report a review summarizing synthetic strategies, properties, and applications of GOFs.
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This work was supported by the Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow (FT150100479), JSPS KAKENHI (17H05393 and 17K19044), and the research fund by the Suzuken Memorial Foundation. This research was supported by the Principal Research Program (PNK5600) in the Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS).
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- Organic Chemistry