ZHANG DanweiOrganic Chemistry, Professor

Office Location: Room A7025, Chemistry Building, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University 2005 Songhu Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200438, China
Tel: 86-21-31243576

  • Research Interests

  • Academic Appointments

  • Prizes and awards

  • Biography

  • Teaching

  • Key Publications

  • The development of various artificial foldamer & supramolecule and the research on the properties

  • The development of supramolecular polymers and the studies on the properties

    Junior Faculty Teaching Award (1st Prize), Fudan University, 2013

  • 1990.9–1994.7     Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, Bachelor

  • 1994.9–2000.1     Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, Ph.D.

  • 1998.9–1999.8     Department of Chemistry, Utsunomiya University, Japan, exchange student

  • 2000.2–                Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, Assistant professor (2000.4),

  •                              Associate professor (2005.5), professor(2015.12)

  • 2001.1–2001.9     Department of Chemistry, The University of Hong Kong, visiting scholar

    Organic Chemisty A (I), Organic Chemisty A (II), Bioorganic Chemistry, Heterocyclic Chemistry

  1. Zhang, D.-W.;*Tian, J.; Chen, L.; Zhang, L.; Li, Z.-T.* Dimerization of Conjugated Radical Cations: An Emerging Non-Covalent Interaction for Self-Assembly, Chem. Asian J.2014, 9, DOI: 10.1002/asia.201402805.

  2. Chen, L.; Zhang, S.-C.; Wang, H.; Zhou, Y.-M.;* Li, Z.-T.; Zhang, D.-W.* Three-dimensional supramolecular polymers driven by rigid tetrahedral building blocks through tetrathiafulvalene radical cation dimerization, Tetrahedron, 2014, 70, 4778–4783.

  3. Zhang, L.; Zhou, T.-Y.; Tian, J.; Wang, H.; Zhang, D.-W.* Zhao, X.; Liu, Y.;* Li, Z.-T.* A Two-dimensional single-layer supramolecular organic framework that is driven by viologen radical cation dimerization and further promoted by cucurbit[8]uril, Polym. Chem.2014, 5, 4715–4721.

  4. Wang, J.-L.; Xu, J.-S.; Wang, D.-Y.; Wang, H.;* Li, Z.-T.; Zhang, D.-W.* Anti-parallel sheet structures of side-chain-free γ-, δ-, and ε-dipeptides stabilized by benzene-pentafluorobenzene stacking, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 2078–2084.

  5. Wang, D.-Y.; You, L.-Y.; Wang, J.-L.; Wang, H.; Zhang, D.-W.;* Li, Z.-T.* Complexation of Two Macrocycles for Amide, Saccharide, and Halide Derivatives: The Capacity of 1,2,3-Triazole as Hydrogen and Halogen Bonding Acceptors, Tetrahedron Lett.2013, 54, 6967–6970.

  6. Zhang, D.-W.; Zhao, X.; Hou, J.-L.; Li, Z.-T.* Aromatic Amide Foldamers: Structures, Properties, and Functions, Chem. Rev.2012, 112, 5271–5316.

  7. Jiao, Z.-G.; Chang, X.-W.; Ding, W.; Liu, G.-J.; Song, K.-S.; Zhu, N.-Y.; Zhang, D.-W.;* Yang, D.* β N–O Turns and Helices Induced by β2-Aminoxy Peptides: Synthesis and Conformational Studies, Chem.-Asian J. 2011, 6, 1791–1799.

  8. Chang, X.-W.; Han, Q.-C.; Jiao, Z.-G.; Weng, L.-H.; Zhang, D.-W.* 1-Aminoxymethyl cyclopropanecarboxylic Acid as Building Block of β N–O Turn and Helix: Synthesis and Conformational Analysis in Solution and in the Solid State. Tetrahedron, 2010, 66, 9733–9737.

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