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Although this chemistry seems quite simple, it is its complexity that gives rise to the richly structured carbons that display molecular sieving properties. Most polymers will degrade upon heating above their decomposition temperatures, but relatively few will meet the necessary criterion of generating a high yield of carbon. A few 40 polymers do meet this criterion including natural cellulosics and sugars, and synthetic Saran, polyacrylonitrile (PAN), and polyfurfuryl alcohol (PFA) to name a few (Table 1).