Flow-induced disturbances were applied during the synthesis of a naphthalene diimide covalent organic framework (NDI-COF), which resulted in different COF polymer networks. We discovered that a high intensity of stirring resulted in more aggregated structures on both the micro- and nano-length scale. Subsequently, these structures absorbed light over longer wavelengths due to a relatively higher contribution of intermolecular interactions between the NDI-segments.
- Covalent organic frameworks
- Naphthalene diimide
- Photophysical properties
- Stirring synthesis
- Taylor-Couette reactor
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