1. CPs/MOFs (coordination polymers/metal-organic frameworks) offer opportunities as a class of amorphous materials with unique properties and advantages over conventional glasses.
2. The article discusses the current achievements in understanding the phase transitions and fabrication approaches of CP/MOF glasses, including melt-quenched glasses, mechanically induced glasses, and direct synthesis of glasses.
3. The properties and functions of CP/MOF glasses are explored, such as improved mass transport, optical properties, mechanical properties, and the ability to form grain-boundary-free monoliths. The article also highlights the challenges and future research directions in this field.