Designer coordination polymers: Dimensional crossover architectures and proton conduction

Teppei Yamada, Kazuya Otsubo, Rie Makiura, Hiroshi Kitagawa

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Abstract

Coordination polymers (CPs) have large degrees of freedom in framework compositions and in the structures and environment of the inner pores. This review focuses on the recent significant progress achieved by controlling these degrees of freedom. Two breakthroughs are reviewed for constructing sophisticated structures of CP frameworks, especially in dimensional crossover regions. The first is the synthesis of quasi one-dimensional halogen-bridged coordinative tubes by applying state-of-the-art techniques of coordination chemistry. The electronic state of the coordinative tube was studied by structural, spectroscopic and theoretical methods and found to be distinct from conventional one-dimensional systems. The second breakthrough is the achievement of a quasi-two-dimensional architecture by combining Langmuir–Blodgett and layer-by-layer methods. Two-dimensional LB CP films were prepared on liquid; the films were stacked layer by layer, and a crystalline quasi-two-dimensional structure was constructed. This review also covers the design of the environment of the inner pore, where hydrogen bond networks with various acidic sites were modified. By appropriate design of the hydrogen bond network, proton-conductive CPs are invented, which are summarized in this review. Types of proton donor sites are discussed and classified, and superprotonic conductive CPs were achieved in these investigations. These results will provide new strategies for constructing functional materials for smart devices.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)6655-6669
Number of pages15
JournalChemical Society Reviews
Volume42
Issue number16
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 22 2013
Externally publishedYes

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Protons
Polymers
Hydrogen bonds
Halogens
Functional materials
Electronic states
Polymer films
Crystalline materials
Liquids
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Designer coordination polymers : Dimensional crossover architectures and proton conduction. / Yamada, Teppei; Otsubo, Kazuya; Makiura, Rie; Kitagawa, Hiroshi.

In: Chemical Society Reviews, Vol. 42, No. 16, 22.07.2013, p. 6655-6669.

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Yamada, Teppei ; Otsubo, Kazuya ; Makiura, Rie ; Kitagawa, Hiroshi. / Designer coordination polymers : Dimensional crossover architectures and proton conduction. In: Chemical Society Reviews. 2013 ; Vol. 42, No. 16. pp. 6655-6669.
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