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Conjugated 2D materials are able to marry the properties of transparency and conductivity for implementation in a wide range of devices. Here, Huang and et al. adopt this design principal in synthesizing a copper bis(dithiolene) coordination polymer which exhibits remarkable electronic performances.
High-throughput screening of solvothermal crystallization conditions for MOFs and other solids may receive a boost from the application of 3D printing techniques to low-cost, disposable pressure vessels.