Recent Advances for MOF‐Derived Carbon‐Supported Single‐Atom Catalysts
Abstract Single‐atom catalysts have drawn considerable attention because of their unique catalytic properties. However, the high surface energy of single atoms restricts their fabrication and creates significant challenges for further developments. In order to overcome this problem, metal organic framework (MOF)‐derived carbon materials can be served as ideal supports to anchor atomically dispersed metal atoms, due to their tunable particle size and shape features, by providing high surface area, porosity, thermal, and chemical stability. This review highlights the recent advances in i) different types of construction strategies for MOF‐derived carbon‐supported single‐atom catalysts, and ii) the catalytic applications of these MOF‐derived carbon‐supported single‐atom catalysts. Further, this review offers a valuable insight into the current challenges and future opportunities for MOF‐derived carbon‐supported single‐atom catalysts.
پیشرفتهای اخیر برای Catalysts مشتقشده از کربن - مشتقشده از کربن - Supported اتم