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Porous materials get energized

By making use of a semiconducting metal–organic graphene analogue, researchers propose a new generation of supercapacitors with potential as tunable molecular materials for energy.

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Figure 1: Structure and performance of Ni3(HITP)2 MOFs.


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Vlad, A., Balducci, A. Porous materials get energized. Nature Mater 16, 161–162 (2017).

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