Porphyrin MOF-Derived Porous Carbons: Preparation and Applications
authors Figueira, F; Paz, FAA
nationality International
journal C-JOURNAL OF CARBON RESEARCH
author keywords metal-organic frameworks; porous carbons; porphyrins; electrochemistry
keywords METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS; EFFICIENT OXYGEN REDUCTION; RECENT PROGRESS; FUNCTIONALIZATION; ELECTROCATALYSIS; PHTHALOCYANINES; COMPOSITE; CATALYSTS; ALKALINE; STORAGE
abstract Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are crystalline materials with permanent porosity, composed of metal nodes and organic linkers whose well-ordered arrangement enables them to act as ideal templates to produce materials with a uniform distribution of heteroatom and metal elements. The hybrid nature of MOFs, well-defined pore structure, large surface area and tunable chemical composition of their precursors, led to the preparation of various MOF-derived porous carbons with controlled structures and compositions bearing some of the unique structural properties of the parent networks. In this regard, an important class of MOFs constructed with porphyrin ligands were described, playing significant roles in the metal distribution within the porous carbon material. The most striking early achievements using porphyrin-based MOF porous carbons are here summarized, including preparation methods and their transformation into materials for electrochemical reactions.
publisher MDPI
isbn 2311-5629
year published 2021
volume 7
issue 2
digital object identifier (doi) 10.3390/c7020047
web of science category 15
subject category Materials Science, Multidisciplinary
unique article identifier WOS:000665146800001

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