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CONDUCTING METAL–ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS

Reducing localization

By inserting potassium into a 3D metal–organic framework band delocalization occurs, enabling mobilities and conductivities similar to organic polymers.

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Fig. 1: A generic three-dimensional metal–organic framework to schematically illustrate potassium-induced band delocalization.