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  • [TOP]"Chelation chemistry of carbon chain and metal" won the second prize of the National Natural Science Award(2021-11-04)
    On November 3, 2021, the 2020 National Science and Technology Award conference was held in the Great Hall of the people. "Chelation chemistry of carbon chain and metal", the scientific research achievement of Haiping Xia 's team won the second prize of the National Natural Science Award. Haiping Xia and Hong Zhang attended the award ceremony in Beijing.
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  • [TOP] Our Work Was Selected as One of 2013 Top 10 Scientific and Technological Achievements from Chinese Universities. (2013-12-25)
    Our work was selected as one of 2013 Top 10 Scientific and Technological Achievements from Chinese Universities.
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  • [TOP] Congratulation to Prof. Xia on Receiving Huang Yao-zeng Organometallic Chemistry Award in 2016. (2016-10-31)
    Prof. Haiping Xia received the prestigious Huang Yao-zeng Organometallic Chemistry Award of the Chinese Chemical Society in 2016 in the 19th National Conference on Organometallic Chemistry on China.
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  • [TOP] Author Profile of Prof. Xia Was Published in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2014-09-04)
    Author profile of Prof. Xia was published in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., for our group has recently published the 10th article in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. in the last 10 years since 2004.
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  • [TOP] Nature Chemistry: Realizing a Brand-new Aromatic System, Metallapentalyne. (2013-06-23)
    Aromaticity, one of the most fundamental concepts in organic chemistry, provides intrinsic stabilisation for cyclic compounds as a result of the delocalisation of π electrons. Currently, aromatic compounds (e.g., benzene, benzene derivatives, porphyrins, fullerenes, carbon nanotubes and graphene) have been applied in almost every field, including chemical engineering, biomedicine, materials science, energy science and environmental science.
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  • Selective Difunctionalization of Unactivated Aliphatic Alkenes Enabled by a Metal–Metallaaromatic Catalytic System(2022-02-09)
    We describe a heterometallic [Os-Cu] complex with the characteristics of bimetallics, metallaaromatics, and pincer complexes. This complex serves as a highly effective catalyst for selective amino- and oxyselenation of unactivated alkenes. More than 80 examples including challenging substrates of unsymmetric aliphatic alkenes and amine-based nucleophiles in such reactions are provided.
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  • Electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions of compounds with Craig-Möbius aromaticity(2021-09-22)
    We directly employed metalla-aromatics to develop EAS reactions of Craig-Möbius aromatics with excellent efficiency and remarkable regioselectivity, and the reactions were quantified in computational studies to further rationalize the preferred sites of attack on the different aromatic rings.
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  • Tuning an Electrode Work Function Using Organometallic Complexes in Inverted Perovskite Solar Cells(2021-04-27)
    we use a series of synthesized (carbolong-derived) organometallic complexes as CILs to tune the electrode WF in inverted PSCs. Photovoltaic devices based on a Ag cathode, which was modified with these organometallic complexes, received a boosted PCE up to 21.29% and a remarkable fill factor that reached 83.52%, which are attributed to the dipole-enhanced carrier transport.
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  • Addition of Alkynes and Osmium Carbynes towards Functionalized dπ-pπ Conjugated Systems(2020-09-18)
    Congratulations to Chen, S.; Gao, X.; Hua, Y.; Peng, L. and Zhang, Y.! Their Article "Addition of Alkynes and Osmium Carbynes towards Functionalized dπ–pπ Conjugated Systems. " was accepted by [Nat. Comm.].
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  • Nature Communications: Successive Modification of Polydentate Complexes Gives Access to Planar Carbon- and Nitrogen-based Ligands(2019-04-03)
    Polydentate complexes containing combinations of nitrogen and carbon (N and C) ligating atoms are among the most fundamental and ubiquitous molecules in coordination chemistry, yet the formation of such complexes with planar high-coordinate N/C sites remains challenging. Herein, we demonstrate an efficient route to access related complexes with tetradentate CCCN and pentadentate CCCCN and NCCCN cores by successive modification of the coordinating atoms in complexes with a CCCC core.
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