12月10日 陈邦林 教授 学术报告
发布时间: 2022-12-08 浏览次数: 387
 

报告题目:Our Journey of Exploring Multifunctional Metal-Organic and Hydrogen Bonded Organic Framework Materials

报告时间:1210 日 10:30-11:30

报告地点:7301报告厅

报告人:陈邦林 德克萨斯大学圣安东尼奥分校杰出讲座教授 欧洲科学院外籍院士

报告摘要:With the establishment of chemistry of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and hydrogen bonded organic frameworks (HOFs) over the past three decades, MOFs and HOFs are emerging as very powerful platforms for developing multifunctional materials. In this talk, a brief history of MOF and HOF chemistry will be introduced. Then, our journey of exploring such multifunctional materials will be presented through demonstration of some representative examples of MOFs and HOFs, particularly on gas storage (hydrogen, methane, and acetylene) and gas separation and purification (acetylene/ethylene, ethylene/ethane, propylene/propane, and carbon dioxide/acetylene). The rational design reticular chemistry has enabled us to rationally tune the pores and to introduce functional sites on the pore surfaces for their specific recognition of small gas molecules, providing us the promise to address some grand energy and environmental challenges and thus to benefit our society and daily life.

个人简介Banglin Chen was born in Zhejiang, China. He received his BS (1985) and MS (1988) degrees in Chemistry from Zhejiang University in China, and his PhD (2000) from the National University of Singapore. He worked with Professors Omar M. Yaghi at University of Michigan, Stephen Lee at Cornell University, and Andrew W. Maverick at Louisiana State University as a postdoctoral fellow during 2000–2003 before joining the University of Texas-Pan American in 2003. He moved to the University of Texas at San Antonio in August 2009, and was promoted to be a professor in August 2011, working on multifunctional metal–organic framework and hydrogen bonded organic framework materials. He is a Fellow of American of Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) (2017), a Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) (2019) and a Foreign Fellow of European Academy of Sciences (EURASC) (2019). In 2011, Dr. Chen was ranked as the 15th Top Chemist over the past decade (2000 to 2010) based on the citation impact score by the Thomson Reuters. During 2014-2022, he was chosen annually as a highly cited researcher in Chemistry by the Clarivate Analytics. In November 2018 and October 2021, he received the Humboldt Prize and 2021 Southwest Regional ACS Award, respectively.

代表作:

  1. Chen, B.; Eddaoudi, M.; Hyde, S. T.; O’Keeffe, M.; Yaghi, O. M. Interwoven metal-organic framework on a periodical minimal surface with extra-large pores. Science, 2001, 291, 1021.

  2. Cui, X.; Chen, K.; Xing, H.*; Yang, Q.; Krishna, R.; Bao, Z.; Wu, H.; Zhou, W.; Dong, X.; Han, Y.; Li, B.; Ren, Q.; Zaworotko, M. J*; Chen, B.*, Pore chemistry and size control in hybrid porous materials for acetylene capture from ethylene. Science, 2016, 353, 141.

  3. Shen, K.; Zhang, L.; Chen, X.; Liu, L.; Zhang, D.; Han, Y.; Chen, J.; Long, J.; Luque, R.; Li, Y.*; Chen, B.*, Ordered macro-microporous metal-organic framework single crystals, Science, 2018, 359, 206-210.

  4. Li, L.; Lin, R.-B.; Krishna, R.; Li, H.; Xiang, S.; Wu, H.; Li, J.; Zhou, W.; Chen, B.*, Ethane/ethylene separation in a metal-organic framework with iron-peroxo sites. Science 2018, 362, 443-446.

  5. Yang, Y.; Li, L.; Lin, R.-B.; Ye, Y.; Yao, Z.; Yang, L.; Xiang, F.; Chen, S.; Zhang, Z.*; Xiang,S*.; Chen, B. *, Ethylene/ethane separation in a stable hydrogen-bonded organic framework through a gating mechanism,Nature Chem., 2021, 13, 933–939, aba9619, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41557-021-00740-z (highlighted in the Cover).