Coordination Polymers and Metal-Organic Frameworks are among the most promising crystalline materials for a variety of applications, from gas storage to the detection of hazardous materials. The design, engineering and growth of these materials are pressing challenges, and papers tackling these hurdles are among our most impactful of 2017.
Most Cited Research:
This original research is off to a great start, as some of our most cited work these papers and communications are already receiving recognition from the coordination polymer community.
Jin-Hua Li, Song-De Han, Jie Pan, Zhen-Zhen Xue, Guo-Ming Wang, Zong-Hua Wang and Zhen-Zhen Bao
Aiqing Ma, Fei Ke, Jing Jiang, Qiaoyu Yuan, Zhidong Luo, Jianqiang Liu and Abhinav Kumarc
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 2172-2177
The contamination of water with fluoride (F−) is a source of mounting concern for global public health, and the removal of fluoride is quite important and challenging.
Wen-Bo Li, Qing-Xia Yao, Li Sun, Xiao-Dong Yang, Rui-Yun Guo and Jie Zhang
Most Cited Reviews:
These Highlight articles are among our most cited of 2017, reviewing the advances and trends that are making waves in the coordination network and MOF community:
Zhigang Hu and Dan Zhao
G. Santaclara, F. Kapteijn, J. Gascon and M. A. van der Veen
Eugeny V. Alexandrov, Vladislav A. Blatov and Davide M. Proserpio
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 1993-2006
A method of analysis of entanglements in coordination polymers allows the classification of catenation patterns in all known 2-periodic coordination networks.
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