Nanoscience: Volume 8
Porous organic polymers for CO2 reduction
Published:11 Jul 2022
The development of a green society with low CO2 emissions is a sustainable developmental goal. The catalytic fixation of CO2 into value-added chemicals has attracted worldwide attention. Among various strategies, catalytic conversion is the most pronounced methodology to reduce CO2 emissions. In contrast to other pollutants, CO2 is a valuable feedstock for producing value-added chemicals. Numerous homogenous and heterogeneous catalysts are employed to ease the transformation. Compared to homogenous catalysis, heterogeneous catalysis has more beneficial aspects due to the ease of separation and reusability. Among the various heterogeneous catalysts, POPs are versatile materials that have potential in CO2 capture and subsequent transformation.