Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) with open metal sites enrich the population of O2 in the pores significantly and assist the Li–O2 reaction when employed as a cell electrode material. A primary capacity of 9420 mA h g−1 is achieved in a cell with Mn-MOF-74; more than four times higher than the value obtained in a cell without an MOF.
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