We demonstrate here a new class of materials termed as graphenal polymers for energy storage studies. Bottom-up strategies via defined chemical reactions provide an efficient way for the construction of carbon-rich frameworks with tunable structures and functions, which affords great opportunities to study in detail the relationship between chemical and physical structures and the electrochemical properties of the materials, particularly as electrode in supercapacitors.

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