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Owing to their outstanding structural, chemical, and functional diversity, metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) have attracted considerable attention over the last two decades in a . works (MOFs) that exhibit a novel topology, a (3,3,3,6,6)-coordinated net, which features an unusual ligand coordina-tion mode and stacking motif. The Yb and Lu MOFs are electrically conductive, with pellet conductivity values of 9(7) Novel Topology in Semiconducting. This semiconducting behavior, together with its cost-effective production, opens the path for employing metal organic frameworks as active materials in electronic devices.
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Search articles by author.The density of states of the IB levels in MOFs 2 and 3 are low, making these levels very effective recombination centres, thus jeopardizing the photocatalytic activities of MOFs 2 and 3.
The calculated results are in good agreement with experimental results . More materials for electronic applications could be identified, thanks to the discovery of a new metal-organic framework (MOF) that displays electrical semiconduction with a record high.
The incorporation of semiconducting MOFs with a narrow HOMO–LUMO gap width into other materials is beneficial to the increase of the light‐absorption range of their composites.
Because of the unique superiorities of MOFs (ultrahigh surface area, high porosity. Metal organic frameworks (MOFs) have received increasing attention in the field of photoredox catalysis, mainly due to the advantages of the highly porous nanostructure and tunable semiconducting properties.
Compounds Made From Metal-Organic Frameworks Could Challenge Conventional Semiconductors The ability engineer new properties into MOFs might be a game changer for sensors and solar cells. Two-dimensional (2D) MoS2, which has great potential for optoelectronic and other applications, is thermodynamically stable and hence easily synthesized in its semiconducting 2H phase.