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Hybrid Metal–Organic Framework and Covalent Organic Framework Polymers

Smart Materials

Series editors:

Hans-Jörg Schneider, Saarland University, Germany

Mohsen Shahinpoor, University of Maine, USA

Titles in this series:

1: Janus Particle Synthesis, Self-Assembly and Applications

2: Smart Materials for Drug Delivery: Volume 1

3: Smart Materials for Drug Delivery: Volume 2

4: Materials Design Inspired by Nature: Function Through Inner Architecture

5: Responsive Photonic Nanostructures: Smart Nanoscale Optical Materials

6: Magnetorheology: Advances and Applications

7: Functional Nanometer-sized Clusters of Transition Metals: Synthesis, Properties and Applications

8: Mechanochromic Fluorescent Materials: Phenomena, Materials and Applications

9: Cell Surface Engineering: Fabrication of Functional Nanoshells

10: Biointerfaces: Where Material Meets Biology

11: Semiconductor Nanowires: From Next-Generation Electronics to Sustainable Energy

12: Supramolecular Materials for Opto-Electronics

13: Photocured Materials

14: Chemoresponsive Materials: Stimulation by Chemical and Biological Signals

15: Functional Metallosupramolecular Materials

16: Bio-Synthetic Hybrid Materials and Bionanoparticles: A Biological Chemical Approach Towards Material Science

17: Ionic Polymer Metal Composites (IPMCs): Smart Multi-Functional Materials and Artificial Muscles Volume 1

18: Ionic Polymer Metal Composites (IPMCs): Smart Multi-Functional Materials and Artificial Muscles Volume 2

19: Conducting Polymers: Bioinspired Intelligent Materials and Devices

20: Smart Materials for Advanced Environmental Applications

21: Self-cleaning Coatings: Structure, Fabrication and Application

22: Functional Polymer Composites with Nanoclays

23: Bioactive Glasses: Fundamentals, Technology and Applications

24: Smart Materials for Tissue Engineering: Fundamental Principles

25: Smart Materials for Tissue Engineering: Applications

26: Magnetic Nanomaterials: Applications in Catalysis and Life Sciences

27: Biobased Smart Polyurethane Nanocomposites: From Synthesis to Applications

28: Inorganic Two-dimensional Nanomaterials: Fundamental Understanding, Characterizations and Energy Applications

29: Ionic Liquid Devices

30: Polymerized Ionic Liquids

31: Nanogels for Biomedical Applications

32: Reactive Inkjet Printing: A Chemical Synthesis Tool

33: Electrochromic Smart Materials: Fabrication and Applications

34: Layered Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion

35: Smart Membranes

36: Cucurbituril-based Functional Materials

37: Ambipolar Materials and Devices

38: Applications of Porphyrinoids as Functional Materials

39: Hybrid Metal–Organic Framework and Covalent Organic Framework Polymers

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Hybrid Metal–Organic Framework and Covalent Organic Framework Polymers

Edited by

Bo Wang

Beijing Institute of Technology, China

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Smart Materials No. 39

Print ISBN: 978-1-83916-153-7

PDF ISBN: 978-1-83916-345-6

EPUB ISBN: 978-1-83916-346-3

Print ISSN: 2046-0066

Electronic ISSN: 2046-0074

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