Research Topics

Ping Chen


Affiliation: Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics
Country: China


  1. Guo J, Chen Z, Wu A, Chang F, Wang P, Hu D, et al. Electronic promoter or reacting species? The role of LiNH2 on Ru in catalyzing NH3 decomposition. Chem Commun (Camb). 2015;51:15161-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Experimental and theoretical investigations indicate that Li creates a NHx-rich environment and Ru mediates the electron transfer facilitating NHx coupling. A strategy in catalytic material design is thus proposed. ..
  2. Yu P, Guo J, Liu L, Wang P, Wu G, Chang F, et al. Ammonia Decomposition with Manganese Nitride-Calcium Imide Composites as Efficient Catalysts. ChemSusChem. 2016;9:364-9 pubmed publisher
    ..A two-step catalytic cycle, accounting for the synergy between CaNH and Mn6 N5 , is proposed. ..
  3. Chen W, Yu H, Wu G, He T, Li Z, Guo Z, et al. Ammonium Aminodiboranate: A Long-Sought Isomer of Diammoniate of Diborane and Ammonia Borane Dimer. Chemistry. 2016;22:7727-9 pubmed publisher
    ..This is in contrast to the interconversion between [NH3 BH2 NH3 ][BH4 ] and (NH3 BH3 )2 , although all three have dihydrogen bonds and the same stoichiometry. ..
  4. Zhang M, Liu L, He T, Wu G, Chen P. Synthesis of Two-dimensional Microporous Carbonaceous Polymer Nanosheets and Their Application as High-performance CO2 Capture Sorbent. Chem Asian J. 2016;11:1849-55 pubmed publisher
    ..6). Starting from different aromatic nitrile monomers, a variety of 2D carbonaceous polymer nanosheets can be obtained showing a certain universality of the ionothermal method reported herein. ..