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Title: Recent progress in metal–organic polymers as promising electrodes for lithium/sodium rechargeable batteries
Authors: Wu, Zhenzhen
Xie, Jian
Xu, Zhichuan Jason
Zhang, Shanqing
Zhang, Qichun
Keywords: Engineering::Materials
Issue Date: 2019
Source: Wu, Z., Xie, J., Xu, Z. J., Zhang, S., & Zhang, Q. (2019). Recent progress in metal–organic polymers as promising electrodes for lithium/sodium rechargeable batteries. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 7(9), 4259-4290. doi:10.1039/C8TA11994E
Project: AcRF Tier 1 RG 111/17 
AcRF Tier 1 RG 2/17 
AcRF Tier 1 RG 114/16 
AcRF Tier 1 RG 8/16 
MOE 2017-T2-1-021 
MOE 2018-T2-1-070 
Australia Research Council Discovery projects (DP170103721 and DP180102003) 
Journal: Journal of Materials Chemistry A 
Abstract: Metal organic polymers (MOPs), including metal coordination polymers (CPs, one-dimensional), metal–organic frameworks (MOFs, two-/three-dimensional), Prussian blue (PB) and Prussian blue analogues (PBAs), have recently emerged as promising electrochemically active materials for energy storage and conversion systems. Due to the tunability of their composition and the structural versatility, diverse electrochemical behaviors for multi-electron reactions, fast-ion diffusion, and small volume change of electrodes could be achieved upon charging and discharging. Because of these superiorities, MOPs are considered as effective substitutes for future advanced energy storage systems. Here, we summarize the recent progress in pristine MOPs as electrode candidates for rechargeable lithium and sodium ion batteries. The working mechanisms and strategies for enhancing the electrochemical performance in related advanced electrochemical energy storage (EES) applications are also highlighted in this review.
ISSN: 2050-7488
DOI: 10.1039/C8TA11994E
Schools: School of Materials Science and Engineering 
Organisations: Centre for Clean Environment and Energy, School of Environment and Science, Gold Coast Campus, Griffith University 
Rights: © 2019 Royal Society of Chemistry. All rights reserved. This paper was published in Journal of Materials Chemistry A and is made available with permission of Royal Society of Chemistry.
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