Synthesis of the BILP-101x film at the bulk liquid interface

An aqueous solution of BTA (that is, 1.5 wt %, 150 mg in 10 g of deionized water) was poured into a small petri dish (inner diameter, ~5 cm) and then a solution of TFB in benzene (0.5 wt %, 44.7 mg in 8.7 g of benzene) was gently spread on top of the BTA solution. After a few seconds, a brown layer was formed at the water-benzene interface, which was gently transferred to a nylon substrate (see fig. S2C). Plenty of films were synthesized following this procedure; washed with benzene, water, DMF, and ethanol; and finally dried under vacuum overnight at 393 K for further characterization. To get a clear view, a photo of a film synthesized in a small vial is presented in fig. S2B.

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