Emerging MXene@Metal–Organic Framework Hybrids: Design Strategies toward Versatile Applications

Saini, Haneesh and Srinivasan, Nikitha and Šedajová, Veronika and Majumder, Mandira and Dubal, Deepak P. and Otyepka, Michal and Zbořil, Radek and Kurra, Narendra and et al, . (2021) Emerging MXene@Metal–Organic Framework Hybrids: Design Strategies toward Versatile Applications. American Chemical Society.

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Rapid progress on developing smart materials and design of hybrids is motivated by pressing challenges associated with energy crisis and environmental remediation. While emergence of versatile classes of nanomaterials has been fascinating, the real excitement lies in the design of hybrid materials with tunable properties. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are the key materials for gas sorption and electrochemical applications, but their sustainability is challenged by limited chemical stability, poor electrical conductivity, and intricate, inaccessible pores. Despite tremendous efforts towards improving the stability of MOF materials, little progress has made researchers inclined toward developing hybrid materials. MXenes, a family of two-dimensional transition-metal carbides, nitrides and carbonitrides, are known for their compositional versatility and formation of a range of structures with rich surface chemistry. Hybridization of MOFs with functional layered MXene materials may be beneficial if the host structure provides appropriate interactions for stabilizing and improving the desired properties. Recent efforts have focused on integrating Ti3C2Tx and V2CTx MXenes with MOFs to result in hybrid materials with augmented electrochemical and physicochemical properties, widening the scope for emerging applications. This review discusses the potential design strategies of MXene@MOF hybrids, attributes of tunable properties in the resulting hybrids, and their applications in water treatment, sensing, electrochemical energy storage, smart textiles, and electrocatalysis. Comprehensive discussions on the recent efforts on rapidly evolving MXene@MOF materials for various applications and potential future directions are highlighted. © 2021 American Chemical Society.

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Additional Information: K.J.R. acknowledges support from Indian Institute of Technology Jammu for providing a seed grant (SGT-100038) and SERB SRG/2020/000865. Financial support by MEYS of the Czech Republic (projects CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/16_019/0000754 and LM2018124) and by Palacký University (IGA_PrF_2021_031) are gratefully acknowledged. Finally, the work was supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) within e-conversion (Fundamentals of Energy Conversion Processes, EXC 2089). R.Z. acknowledges the support from the Czech Science Foundation, project no. 19-27454X.
Uncontrolled Keywords: catalysis; derivatives; energy storage; environmental remediation; hybrids; metal-organic frameworks; metal-sulfur batteries; smart textiles; Ti3C2TxMXene
Subjects: Chemistry
Divisions: Department of Chemistry
Depositing User: . LibTrainee 2021
Date Deposited: 19 Aug 2022 06:14
Last Modified: 19 Aug 2022 06:14
URI: http://raiith.iith.ac.in/id/eprint/10220
Publisher URL: http://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.1c06402
OA policy: https://v2.sherpa.ac.uk/id/publication/7765
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