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      The synthetic strategies of metal–organic framework membranes, films and 2D MOFs and their applications in devices

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          Here we review the synthetic methods and applications of 2D-MOF architectures, especially some novel synthetic strategies and applications. In addition, the outlook of 2D-MOF architectures are also proposed.

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          Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are now attracting more and more attention due to their various special properties and functions. They are regarded as potential candidates for gas separation, adsorption, chemical sensing, catalysis and many other applications. Many types of two-dimensional (2D) architectures are developed, which exhibit great potential in charge transfer, catalysis, luminescence and so on. 2D architectures based on MOFs are developed, including MOF membranes, MOF thin films and 2D MOFs. Herein, we mainly overview the synthetic methods and device applications of these MOF-based 2D architectures, and finally proposed some prospects for the development of these MOF materials. Some key scientific problems and their possible solutions are also proposed in this review.

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                Journal
                JMCAET
                Journal of Materials Chemistry A
                J. Mater. Chem. A
                Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
                2050-7488
                2050-7496
                September 24 2019
                2019
                : 7
                : 37
                : 21004-21035
                Affiliations
                [1 ]State Key Laboratory of Optoelectronic Materials and Technologies
                [2 ]Nanotechnology Research Center
                [3 ]School of Materials Science & Engineering
                [4 ]Sun Yat-sen University
                [5 ]Guangzhou 510275
                Article
                10.1039/C9TA05383B
                1dcfc390-6a69-49e7-9875-d073f3de516d
                © 2019

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