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"Carborane functionalization and its potential applications" by Prof. Hong Yan (Thurs, 13 Dec 2018)

"Carborane functionalization and its potential applications" by Prof. Hong Yan (Thurs, 13 Dec 2018)

News ICMAB periodical lectures and invited seminars 01 November 2018 213 hits Anna May Masnou
The Seminars and Training Committee kindly invites you to the following ICMAB Invited Seminar:

Carborane functionalization and its potential applications

by Prof. Hong YAN,School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University, China

Thursday, 13 December 2018 @ 12 pm
ICMAB - Sala d'Actes Carles Miravitlles

Abstract:

Metal-induced B-H activation and functionalization of carboranes and mechanistic investigations will be presented. Owing to the unique s aromaticity and rigid cage structures of carboranes, some examples will be shown that carboranes are able to considerably tune photophysical properties of the known luminescent compounds. In addition, a new-type non-classical hydrogen bond B-H---π interaction will be talked.

Bio:

Hong Yan received her Ph.D from Nanjing University, China (1993). After working at the State Key Laboratory of Coordination Chemistry as a lecturer (1993-1996), she was a postdoctoral fellow at University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland (1996-1997) with Prof. Georg Süss-Fink, University of Bayreuth, Germany (1997-2000) with Prof. Max Herberhold and University of Notre Dame, USA (2000-2004) with Prof. Thomas Fehlner.

In 2005 she returned to Nanjing University and took up a position of professorship. Her current interests are in the field of synthetic organic&organometallic chemistry with carborane including development of carborane-based luminescent materials. She has co-authored over 160 publications and several book chapters. She served as a director of Inorganic Division and the vice dean of the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering since 2006-2016. She also serves ACS journal Organometallics as a member of Interantional Advisory Board (2013-2015 and 2019-2021)..

Hosted by Clara ViñasResearcher at the Inorganic Materials and Catalysis Lab
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