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Wei Yan won the 2016 Graduate National Scholarship
›Jinsong Hu received the 2016 National Natural Science Foundation of China (General Program)
›Ling Qin received the 2016 National Natural Science Foundatin of China
›Hailang Jia, Ting Wang won the 2015 Graduate National Scholarship
›Changchun Ji, Yajun Ji, Qingxiang Yang and Mingdao Zhang won the 2014 National Natural Science Foundation of China
Design, Synthesis and Topological Analysis of Porous Materials Training Courses at Peking University
›Jingsong Hu, Zhaorui Pan won the 2016 National Natural Science Foundatin of China

 

Group Members

Director

Hegen Zheng

 Hegen Zheng 

 Professor 

Hegen was born in 1965. He graduated at Anhui Noraml University in 1987 and finished his master's degree at Zhengzhou University in 1990. After working as an instructor in Anhui Noraml University from 1992 to 1994, he studied at Nanjing University and achieved his PhD Degree in 1998. He was a postdoctoral fellow at Hokkaido University in 1999 and visiting scholar at Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica in 2003 before joining Nanjing University where he became a professor in 2005.


Graduate Student and Postdoc.

Shuguang Chen

Shuguang Chen

Third year PhD student

Xiangjing Gao

Xiangjing Gao

First year PhD student

Lijuan Han

Lijuan Han

Postdoc.

Ling Qin

Ling Qin

Postdoc.


Guohao Sun

Guohao Sun

First year master student

ZhenZhen Shi

Zhenzhen Shi

Third year PhD student

Zhongjie Wang

Zhongjie Wang

Second year PhD student

Zhizun Xiao

Zhizun Xiao

Second year master student


Wei Yan

Wei Yan

Third year master student

Chuanlei Zhang

Chuanlei Zhang

Postdoc.

Lian Zhou

Lian Zhou

Visiting Scholar

 

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Research Interests

  Our research interests lie on dye sensitized solar cell, cluster chemistry and coordination chemistry.
Cell

Dye Sensitized Solar Cell

Synthesize novel and high-efficiency dyes based on reasonable design and study the interface transfer process of electrons in battery devices to obtain dye-sensitized solar cells with properties of high efficiency, low cost and long lifespan.


Cluster

Cluster Chemistry

We design proper ligands and clusters, which are able to self-assemble into novel and high-dimensional cluster coordination polymers with the clusters as their nodes. In order to explore their potential application, we study their solute discoloration effect and their adsorption, catalytic, and optical properties.

Coordination

Coordination Chemistry

We design and synthesize proper ligands, which are able to self-assemble with transition metal ions and form novel coordination polymers with the single metal ions as their nodes. We investigate their gas adsorption, catalytic and molecular recognition properties to explore their potential application on energy storage, molecular/ion probe, molecular devices.

Publications


› Wei Yan, Chuanlei Zhang, Shuguang Chen, Lijuan Han and Hegen Zheng*, Two Lanthanide Metal-Organic Frameworks as Remarkably Selective and Sensitive Bifunctional Luminescence Sensor for Metal Ions and Small Organic Molecules, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2017, 9, 1629-1634.

› Li-Juan Han, Ya-Jie Kong, Ting-Jiang Yan, Lu-Tong Fan, Qi Zhang, Hua-Jun Zhao and Hegen Zheng*,A new five-coordinated copper compound for efficient degradation of methyl orange and Congo red in the absence of UV–visible radiation,Dalton Trans., 2016, 45, 18566-18571.

› Hai-Lang Jia, Ming-Dao Zhang, Wei Yan, Xue-Hai Ju and He-Gen Zheng*, Effects of structural optimization on the performance of dye-sensitized solar cells: spirobifluorene as a promising building block to enhance Voc. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2016, 4, 11782-11788.

› Han Xu, He-Gen Zheng*, Two new luminescent Cd(II)/Zn(II) metal–organic frameworks for exceptionally selective detection of picric acid explosives, Inorg. Chem. Commun. 2016, 66, 51-54.

› Xin Zhang, Jin-Xi Chen*, He-Gen Zheng, Dicarboxylate-dependent structural diversity in amino-functionalized complexes: From mononuclear to multinuclear coordination polymer, Inorg. Chem. Commun., 2016, 49, 4-6.