Development of new synthetic strategies for cleavage and formation of fundamental chemical bonds in conjugated polymers
For the development of efficient synthetic strategies, the cleavage and formation of chemical bonds is the most fundamental part of chemical reactions, and our research mainly focuses on the following two areas:
1. Develop new catalyst systems to cleave inert carbon-heteroatom bonds, including C-X (X=F, Cl, etc.) and C=Y (Y=O, S, etc.).
Development of high-performance organic/polymer semiconductor materials, especially those of the telluride system
Telluride is a very special structural unit due to its metalloid and large spin-orbit coupling properties, so we designed and synthesized a series of telluride-based materials for catalysis, optoelectronics, biosensors and energy conversion. .
Understand the relationship between the structure and properties of semiconductor materials
Understanding the relationship between the structure and properties of semiconductor materials is a very interesting and important fundamental work. For organic/polymer semiconductor materials, conformation is one of the most important structural concepts for material properties. We are committed to controlling conformation through non-covalent intramolecular interactions to obtain organic/polymer semiconductor materials with high performance.