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Sora Choi, Taeho Kim, Hoyeon Ji, Hee Jung Lee's paper "Isotropic and Anisotropic Growth of Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) on MOF: Logical Inference on MOF Structure Based on Growth Behavior and Morphological Feature" is accepted in J. Am. Chem. Soc.

 

Jeehyun Park's paper "Micro-crystals of metal-oranic frameworks constructed from pyrene-based organic linkers and lanthanide ions for tunable white light emission" is accpeted in CrystEngComm.

 

Sora Choi, Wonhee Cha, Hoyeon Ji, Dooyoung Kim, 

Hee Jung Lee's paper "Synthesis of Hybrid Metal-Organic

Frameworks of {FexMy M'1-x-y}-MIL-88B and Use of Anions to Control Their Structural Features" is published in Nanoscale.

 

Hee Jung Lee, Junghun We, Jun Oh Kim, Dooyoung Kim, Wonhee Cha, Eunji Lee, Jeungwon Sohn's paper "Morphological and Structural Evolutions of Metal-Organic Framework Particles from Amorphous Spheres to Crystalline Hexagonal Rods" is published in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

 

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제 115회 총회 및 학술대회에서 "2015년 한국 다우케미칼

최우수 논문상"을 수상하였습니다.

 

      

    

 

 

       

          

 

의욕있는 학부생 대학원생들의 참여를 언제나 환영합니다.

창조적인 연구에 관심있는 학생은 다음으로 연락하십시오.

 

Please feel free to contact if you have any questions regarding undergraduate, graduate,           

and postdoctoral positions in our group             

(moh@yonsei.ac.kr)        

 

     

 

Our research interests are focused on the development of the new generation of heterogeneous catalysts,

optics, chemical & biological sensors, and gas-storages based upon nano-, micro-, and macro-scaled

porous coordination polymer materials.

The important components in our lab are as follow:

 

  •  Design & synthesis of the organic & inorganic molecules with desired functionalities

  •  Construction of the coordination polymers with desired structures

  •  Characterization & development of the created small molecules & coordination polymers
    to achieve desired chemical & physical properties

  •  Invention of the nano & micro-sized materials from the porous coordination polymers

  •  Test & application of the generated nano-, micro-, and macro-scaled porous coordination polymer materials

 The main applications of the developed porous materials are heterogeneous catalysts (immobilization of homogeneous catalysts), optics, chemical & biological sensors, gas-storages and recognition & separation of bio-molecules.

Details of research are in research menu  (Research)

 


Prof. Oh, Moonhyun, Coordination polymer materials Lab, Department of Chemistry Yonsei University, Seoul 120-749, Korea