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【“ICCAS-LMRF” Lecture Series】(187)Chiral ligand-modified metal nanoparticle catalysts: preparation, characterization and application

Date:2017-07-24 Enlarge Narrow

Speaker: Wenlong Huang

Time: Friday, May 19, 2017, 16:00 p.m.

Location: 5#100 Conference Room

 

Chiral ligand-modified metal nanoparticle (NP) catalysts or chiral nanoparticle (NP) catalysts are systems that consist of metal NP catalysts and chiral ligands, or metal NP systems that are prepared directly from transition metals and chiral ligands. They are normally monodispersed metal clusters with diameters of 1-100 nm, including metallic cores and peripheral chiral ligands. They are easy to prepare and convenient to be reused, and possess unique activities and selectivities which are distinct from corresponding homogeneous/immobilized metal complex catalysts. Since 1970s, chiral NP catalysts have attracted more and more attentions, and proved their great potential in asymmetric catalysis. In this report, the preparation, characterization of chiral NP catalysts and their applications in several asymmetric catalysis reactions will be presented, with catalytic mechanisms being discussed in several cases.

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CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION

2010.9 - 2014.7   Qingdao Agricultural University   B.S.

2014.9 - present   Institute of Chemistry, CAS      Ph.D. (Supervisor: prof. Dexian Wang)