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Conjugated porous Polymers as Highly Efficient Heterogeneous Visible Light Photocatalyst

  • Zi Jun Wang (a1), Katharina Landfester (a1) and Kai A. I. Zhang (a1)

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Π-conjugated porous polymers with hierarchical pore structures were synthesized via high internal phase emulsion polymerization (polyHIPE) technique. The polymers could be used as heterogeneous photocatalysts for highly selective oxidation of organic sulfides into sulfoxides and the free radical polymerization of methyl methacrylate (MMA) under visible light irradiation.

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  • Zi Jun Wang (a1), Katharina Landfester (a1) and Kai A. I. Zhang (a1)

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