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Reticular Chemistry

Reticular Chemistry

The science of combining molecular building blocks by strong bonds to form crystalline open frameworks, known as reticular chemistry, has greatly enlarged the range of chemical compounds and materials available. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are examples of how this chemistry is applied and show the molecular-level control over matter. Reticular chemistry is concerned with the use of strong bonds to bind molecular building pieces into specific configurations. The materials that are frequently the targets of reticular synthesis are thermally resistant and porous materials.

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