Citation: Mengyang Chen, Ye Zhou, Shi-Bin Ren, Jiong Wang. Methods to Make Conductive Covalent Organic Frameworks for Electrocatalytic Applications[J]. Chinese Journal of Structural Chemistry, ;2022, 41(12): 2212107-2212119. doi: 10.14102/j.cnki.0254-5861.2022-0214 shu

Methods to Make Conductive Covalent Organic Frameworks for Electrocatalytic Applications





  • Author Bio: Mengyang Chen received his PhD degree at Jilin University in 2022. In the same year, he joined School of Pharmaceutical and Materials Engineering, Taizhou University. His current research interest focuses on the synthesis of crystalline porous materials for environmental catalysis
    Ye Zhou graduated from Soochow University, and now is a master student in Soochow University. His research focuses on developing Janus materials for energy conversion and storage
    Shi-Bin Ren received his PhD degree in 2010 and worked as a postdoctoral research fellow from 2012 to 2016 in School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in Nanjing University. He worked also in the University of Liverpool as a visiting scholar from 2016 to 2017. Now he is a professor of School of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Engineering in Taizhou University. His interests are focused on porous materials in photocatalysis, electrocatalysis, photo/electrocatalysis and energy storage
    Jiong Wang received his Ph.D. degree in Nanjing University in 2015 and worked as a research fellow in Nanyang Technological University. He joined Soochow University as a full professor in 2021. His research focuses on heterogeneous molecular electrocatalysis for critical energy conversion and storage processes
  • Corresponding author: Shi-Bin Ren, renshibin@tzc.edu.cn Jiong Wang, wangjiong@suda.edu.cn
  • Received Date: 25 October 2022
    Accepted Date: 7 November 2022
    Available Online: 14 November 2022

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  • Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) represent a new class of crystalline organic polymer materials with the characteristics of high specific surface area, uniform pore distribution, high porosity, low density, devisable chain structures and good structural stability. These collective features play an important role in creating highly efficient electrocatalysts for energy conversion and fuel generation. Recent years have witnessed considerable advances in COF-based electrocatalysts for major electrocatalytic reactions such as oxygen reduction, oxygen evolution, hydrogen evolution, and reduction of carbon dioxide and nitrogen. However, it has been widely accepted that the poor electrical conductivity of most pristine COFs limits the further progress in electrocatalytic field. In this review, recent structural engineering strategies are summarized toward improving the electrical conductivity of COFs for achieving high performance. The researches of conductive COFs and their derivatives are described in detail. The structure-activity relationship between molecular structures of COFs and their electrocatalytic performance is emphasized. Lastly, current challenges and future perspectives on fabricating COFs as promising electrocatalysts are discussed. The purpose of this review is to provide guidelines for the preparation of highly efficient COF-based electrocatalytic materials with a view to replacing the commercially available noble metal-based electrocatalysts.
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