|author||Chang Seop Hong|
|journal||Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2016, 55 (52). pp 16123-16126|
We demonstrate the facile microwave-assisted synthesis of a porous organic framework and the sulfonated solid () through postsubstitution. Remarkably, the conductivity of showed an approximately 300-fold enhancement at 30 °C as compared to that of , and reached 7.72×10 S cm at 80 °C and 90 % relative humidity. The superprotonic conductivity exceeds that observed for any conductive porous organic polymer reported to date. This material, which is cost-effective and scalable for mass production, also revealed long-term performance over more than 3 months without conductivity decay.
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