A universal method for synthesizing ultra-long range ordered 2D metal-organic frameworks

2D MOFs are a new class of crystalline inorganic-organic hybrid materials with ultrathin thickness and large-surface area, attract widespread attention due to their diversified composition and tailorable structure. Nevertheless, synthesizing large-area single crystalline 2D MOFs is a bottleneck for lots of cutting-edge applications. The methods reported so far, such as the top-down exfoliation from their bulk and the bottom-up interfacial synthesis, can only produce 2D MOFs with either small lateral size or relatively large thickness (usually multilayer) or both. Misty Farrell mfpenn@bu.edu 617-358-3795

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