The synthetic strategies for single atomic site catalysts based on metal–organic frameworks
Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are a good platform for the fabrication of single atomic site catalysts (SACs) due to their large specific surface area, rich pore structure, large number of unsaturated coordination metal sites and their intriguing and controllable structures. The influencing factors of each strategy used to synthesize SACs based on MOFs, such as the finetuning ligand strategy, heteroatom doping (N, P, S) strategy, space restriction strategy, bimetallic strategy, metal cluster defect strategy, substrate to capture strategy, and various post-treatment strategies have not been discussed. Here, we will discuss the influencing factors of each strategy and the relationship between the different methods, which are used to synthesize SACs based on MOFs.
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