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Crystalline, electrically conductive, and intrinsically porous materials are rare. Layered 2D metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) break this trend. They are porous crystals that exhibit high electrical conductivity and are novel platforms for studying fundamentals of electricity and magnetism in two dimensions.1-8 Despite demonstrated applications,9-13 electrical transport in these remains poorly understood because of a lack of single crystal studies. Here, studies of single crystals of two 2Ddoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.9741146 fatcat:aac3iokkz5eihadimwfgp3raqa