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Porous organic polymers bearing metal–catecholate groups were evaluated for their ability to remove airborne ammonia, cyanogen chloride, sulphur dioxide, and octane by micro-breakthrough analysis. For ammonia, the metal–catecholate materials showed remarkable uptake under humid conditions.
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