LI QiaoweiInorganic Chemistry, Professor

Office Location: Room A8018, Chemistry Building, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University 2005 Songhu Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200438, China
Tel: 86-21-31242191
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  • Key Publications

    Metal-Organic Frameworks, Supramolecular Chemistry, New Energy Materials

  • 2012              Shanghai Chenguang Scholar

  • 2011              Shanghai Pujiang Talent

  • Sep. 1999 – Jul. 2004   University of Science & Technology of China, B.S.

  • Sep. 2004 – Feb. 2006  University of Michigan, M.S.

  • Mar. 2006 – Mar. 2010 University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D.

  • Nov. 2010 – Present     Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, Associate Professor

    Coordination Chemistry, New Inorganic Materials

    1. Epitaxial Growth and Integration of Insulating Metal−Organic Frameworks in Electrochemistry. Hu, A.; Pang, Q.; Tang, C.; Bao, J.; Liu, H.; Ba, K.; Xie, S.; Chen, J.; Chen, J.; Yue, Y.; Tang, Y.*; Li, Q.*; Sun, Z.* J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2019, 141, 11322-11327.

    2. Harnessing Bottom-up Self-Assembly to Position Five Distinct Components in an Ordered Porous Framework. Tu, B.; Diestel, L.; Shi, Z.-L.; Bandara, W. R. L. N.; Chen, Y.; Lin, W.; Zhang, Y.-B.; Telfer, S. G.*; Li, Q.* Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2019, 58, 5348-5353.

    3. Metal–Organic Frameworks with Multicomponents in Order. Pang, Q.; Tu, B.; Li, Q.* Coord. Chem. Rev., 2019, 388, 107-125.

    4. Structure Transformation of a Luminescent Pillared-Layer Metal−Organic Framework Caused by Point Defects Accumulation. Qi, Y.; Xu, H.; Li, X.; Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Lin, X.; Ning, E.; Li, Q.* Chem. Mater., 2018, 30, 5478-5484.

    5. Reversible Redox Activity in Multicomponent Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Trinuclear Copper Pyrazolate Building Blocks. Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Xu, H.; Li, X.; Wang, L.; Ma, Z.; Weng, L.; Li, Q.*; J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2017, 139, 7998-8007.

    6. Heterogeneity within a Mesoporous Metal−Organic Framework with Three Distinct Metal-Containing Building Units. Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Ning, E.; Yan, W.; Qi, Y.; Wu, D.; Li, Q.*; J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2015, 137, 13456-13459.

    7. Ordered Vacancies and Their Chemistry in Metal-Organic Frameworks. Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Wu, D.; Song, Y.; Weng, L.; Li, Q.*; J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2014, 36, 14465-14471.

    8. Metal-Organic Frameworks as Cathode Materials for Li–O2 Batteries, Wu, D.; Guo, Z.; Yin, X.; Pang, Q.; Tu, B.; Zhang, L.*; Wang, Y.-G.*; Li, Q.*; Adv. Mater., 2014, 16, 3258-3262.

    9. A Catenated Strut in a Catenated Metal–Organic Framework. Li, Q.#; Sue, C.-H. #; Basu, S.; Shveyd, A. K.; Zhang, W.; Barin, G.; Fang, L.; Sarjeant, A.; Stoddart, J. F.*; Yaghi, O. M.*; Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2010, 49, 6751-6755.

    10. Docking in Metal-Organic Frameworks. Li, Q.*; Zhang, W.*; Miljanic, O. Š.; Sue, C.-H.; Zhao, Y.-L.; Liu, L.; Knobler, C. B.; Stoddart, J. F.; Yaghi, O. M.; Science, 2009, 325, 855-859.

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