Wenliang Song*, Mingxin Zhang, Mingjie Liu, Yinning Huang, Dengguang Yu*
School of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, 516 Jun-Gong Road, Shanghai 200093, China
Wenliang Song, Dengguang Yu
Received 28 April 2021, Accepted 8 June 2021, Available Online 22 July 2021.
- Nanofabrication; hypercrosslinked polymers; morphology-control
Hypercrosslinked Polymers (HCPs) have received considerable attention in the field of catalysis, adsorption, separation, biomedical engineering, and energy storage/conversion, because of their permanent microporous structures and high surface areas. Up to now, various “bottom-up” and “top-down” methods have been reported to synthesize of the HCPs with diverse morphologies, and these morphologies have been demonstrated to play a significant role in various applications. In this review, we summarized the latest research in the design of morphology-controlled HCPs by using three kinds of main methods and we also emphasized on the template free solutions. Furthermore, the future developments and challenges for fabricating of morphology-controlled HCPs are also presented in this review.
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