Bojdys,* M. J.; Wohlgemuth, S. A.; Thomas, A.; Antonietti, M. Macromolecules 2010, 43, 6639-6645.
Layered two-dimensional polymer frameworks were formed on the basis of the thermally-induced auto-condensation mechanism of heptazine (C6N7) in a salt melt of lithium bromide and potassium bromide from three different molecular building blocks. The backbone of the materials is based on strong covalent bonds (C-C, C-N) resulting in high thermal stabilities (< 600 °C) and low bulk density, but no accessible pores.
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