The central ring of porphyrin compounds is a macrocyclic conjugated structure with 18 π electrons, and the electrons in the ring have good mobility. Porphyrin compounds further modified outside the ring show very good special functions such as oxidation, reduction, electron transfer, oxygen transfer, charge separation, energy transfer, etc., which determines that porphyrin compounds with different structures can be widely used in many fields. Among the porphyrins, the A3B-type porphyrins are obtained by single-point modification of the median positions (5, 10, 15, and 20) of the porphine ring. It can be linked to other functional compounds in a directional way or loaded on various types of carriers, so as to maximize the "naked" porphyrin functional units. This is beneficial to give full play to the electrochemical and steric hindrance properties of porphyrins. In addition, the A3B-type metalloporphyrins containing heteroatoms (with lone pairs of electrons, such as N, O, S, etc.) in the B-chain can achieve self-assembly of porphyrins by forming metal-heteroatom coordination bonds, or by non-covalent Bond interaction to prepare polyporphyrin array structures that are incompetent with classical synthetic methods. Therefore, using A3B1 porphyrin as a synthetic organic ligand linker for MOFs can obtain highly loaded MOFs delivery vehicles with A3B1 porphyrin properties.
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