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Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) have recently emerged as a new class of porous materials. Highly ordered and tunable structures of MOFs can serve as a universal platform for controlled polymer synthesis as well as high-precision polymer recognition. In addition, the integration of MOFs and polymers can achieve host–guest synergies, leading to the emergence of intriguing composites with tailored architectures. The integration of MOFs and polymers has provided new aspects for both MOF and polymer chemistry. In this chapter, we highlight recent advances in the hybridization of MOFs and polymers.

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