We review recent progress in the potential use of coordination polymers as molecular wires for nanoelectronics. To this end we review some basic aspects of these materials including synthesis and properties in the bulk scale; processability towards the formation of nanoscale structures and seminal works on electrical transport of coordination polymers. Finally, we summarize some of the perspectives in this field.
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