Thesis / Dissertation

The Synthesis, Structure and Properties of Anionic Metal–Tetraoxolene Coordination Polymers

Martin Peter van Koeverden, Brendan Abrahams (ed.)

Published : 2021

Abstract

Electrically conductive, magnetically ordered, and electrochemically active materials are important components for data processing technologies, energy conversion and storage devices, and sensors and optoelectronics. The synthesis of compounds with these properties is therefore an important scientific endeavour to meet the progressively more demanding sustainability and performance targets. Crystalline coordination polymers have recently been proposed as candidate materials to achieve these aims. Coordination polymers can exhibit synergy between electrical conductivity, magnetic ordering and electroactivity, coupled with porosity, flexibility, and tuneable architecture and functionality, not..

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