Conductive coordination nanosheets: Sailing to electronics, energy storage, and catalysis

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Coordination nanosheets (CONASHs), two-dimensional materials based on metal complexes, have attracted a huge interest due to their wide variety of chemical structures and functionalities. Appropriately designed CONASHs exhibit electric conductivity, which is rarely observed in general coordination polymers. This review focuses on electrically conductive CONASHs and summarizes recent progress regarding their structural diversity, synthesis, conductive properties, and applications as energy storage materials, electrocatalysts, and sensors. It concludes with future perspectives.

Original languageEnglish
Article number214693
JournalCoordination Chemistry Reviews
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2022


  • Conductivity
  • Coordination nanosheet
  • Electrode catalyst
  • Energy storage
  • Sensor
  • Two-dimensional material


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