Two-dimensional polymers grow up

Creating tunable and highly conductive two-dimensional polymers (2DPs) using organic chemistry has been a goal since the isolation of graphene ([ 1 ][1], [ 2 ][2]). The high surface area and well-defined pore sizes make 2DPs attractive for a range of applications, including sensors, electronics, catalysis, energy storage, and energy conversion. Conjugated 2DPs, which have alternating single and…

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