A Three‐Dimensional Porous Organic Semiconductor Based on Fully sp 2 ‐Hybridized Graphitic Polymer
Author(s)Byun, Yearin; Xie, Lilia S.; Fritz, Patrick; Ashirov, Timur; Dinca, Mircea; Coskun, Ali; ... Show more Show less
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Dimensionality plays an important role in the charge transport properties of organic semiconductors. Although three-dimensional semiconductors, such as Si, are common in inorganic materials, imparting electrical conductivity to covalent three-dimensional organic polymers is challenging. Now, the synthesis of a three-dimensional π-conjugated porous organic polymer (3D p-POP) using catalyst-free Diels–Alder cycloaddition polymerization followed by acid-promoted aromatization is presented. With a surface area of 801 m2 g−1, full conjugation throughout the carbon backbone, and an electrical conductivity of 6(2)×10−4 S cm−1 upon treatment with I2 vapor, the 3D p-POP is the first member of a new class of permanently porous 3D organic semiconductors.
Byun, Yearin et al. "A Three‐Dimensional Porous Organic Semiconductor Based on Fully sp 2 ‐Hybridized Graphitic Polymer." Angewandte Chemie 132, 35 (June 2020): 15278-15282 © 2020 Wiley
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