Conjugated microporous polymer networks containing thienyl units are synthesized from two different monomers using oxidative polymerization. The resulting high surface area materials present interface rich, conjugated-polymer architectures, and are promising candidates for advanced material applications, such as in the field of organic electronics, for sensors and solar cells, or as polymer supports for metal catalysts.
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