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Title: Vanadium-based metal-organic frameworks and their derivatives for electrochemical energy conversion and storage
Authors: Zhu, Jing
Chen, Xiaoyu
Thang, Ai Qin
Li, Fei-Long
Chen, Dong
Geng, Hongbo
Rui, Xianhong
Yan, Qingyu
Keywords: Engineering::Materials::Energy materials
Engineering::Materials::Functional materials
Issue Date: 2022
Source: Zhu, J., Chen, X., Thang, A. Q., Li, F., Chen, D., Geng, H., Rui, X. & Yan, Q. (2022). Vanadium-based metal-organic frameworks and their derivatives for electrochemical energy conversion and storage. SmartMat, 3(3), 384-416.
Project: NRF2016NRF‐NRFI001‐22 
Journal: SmartMat 
Abstract: With the excessive consumption of non-renewable resources, the exploration of effective and durable materials is highly sought after in the field of sustainable energy conversion and storage system. In this aspect, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are a new class of crystalline porous organic-inorganic hybrid materials. MOFs have recently been gaining traction in energy-related fields. Owing to the coordination flexibility and multiple accessible oxidation states of vanadium ions or clusters, Vanadium-MOFs (VMOFs) possess unique structural characteristics and satisfactory electrochemical properties. Furthermore, V-MOFs derived materials also exhibit superior electrical conductivity and stability when used as electrocatalysts and electrode materials. This review summarizes the research progress of V-MOFs (inclusive of pristine V-MOFs, V/M-MOFs and POV-based MOFs) and their derivatives (vanadium oxides, carboncoated vanadium oxide, vanadium phosphate, vanadate, and other vanadium doped nanomaterials) in electrochemical energy conversion (water splitting, oxygen reduction reaction) and energy storage (supercapacitor, rechargeable battery). Future possibilities and challenges for V-MOFs and their derivatives in terms of design and synthesis are discussed. Lastly, their applications in energy-related fields are also highlighted.
ISSN: 2688-819X
DOI: 10.1002/smm2.1091
Schools: School of Materials Science and Engineering 
Rights: © 2022 The Authors. SmartMat published by Tianjin University and John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd. This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited
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