JIA YuOrganic Chemistry, Associate Professor

Office Location: Room A8007, Chemistry Building, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University 2005 Songhu Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200438, China
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  • Key Publications

    Microfluidic Organic Synthesis; Porous metal-organic frameworks; Organic Synthesis

  • 1998.9-2002.7    Fudan University  Ph. D.

  • 1993.9-1996.7    Fudan University  Master

  • 1989.9-1993.7    Fudan University  Bachelor

  • 1996.8-1998.8    Chemistry Department, Fudan University, teaching assistant

  • 1998.8-2003.12  Chemistry Department, Fudan University, lecturer

  • 2003.12-            Chemistry Department, Fudan University, associate professor

    Organic Chemist ry; Experi mental Organic Chemistry; Advanced Experimental Organic Chemistry.

    1.Generation and Reactions of Heteroaromatic Lithium Compounds by Using In-Line Mixer in a Continuous Flow Microreactor System at Mild ConditionsOrg. Process Res. Dev.,2013, 17, 133−137.


    2.Efficient Claisen rearrangement of allyl para-substituted phenyl ethers using microreactorsGreen Chem.,2009, 11, 1108-1111.


    3.Efficient Synthesis of Imidazoles from Aldehydes and 1,2-Diketones under Superheating Conditions by Using a Continuous Flow Microreactor System under PressureOrg. Process Res. Dev.,2010, 14(4), 902-904.


    4.Clean and Efficient Benzylic C-H Oxidation Using a Microflow SystemSynthetic Communications., 2011, 41, 3215–3222.


    5.N-Heterocyclization of Primary Amines with Dihalides Using MicroreactorsSynthetic Communications, 2012, 42, 2512–2525.


    6.One-dimensional (1D) helical and 2D homochiral metal–organic frameworksbuilt from a new chiral octahydrobinaphthalene-derived dicarboxylic acidInorg. Chem. Commun., 2008, 11(9), 948-950.


    7.Supramolecular Isomerism of Metal-Organic Frameworks Derivedfrom a Bicarboxylate Linker with Two Distinct Binding Motifs

    Cryst. Growth Des., 2009, 9(3), 1505-1510.


    8.Synthesis and crystal structures of four pH-dependent Pb(II) and Cd(II)phosphonates based on a novel ligand, 3-phosphono-benzoic acidInorg. Chim. Acta, 2009, 362, 2101-2107.

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