报告题目：Poly(ionic liquid)s: Marriage of Ionic Liquids and Polymers for Better Materials
报 告 人： Prof. Jiayin Yuan
Stockholm University, Sweden
This talk will focus on poly(ionic liquid)s or polymerized ionic liquids (popularly termed “PILs”), a class of multifunctional ionic polymers made up from ionic liquid (IL) monomers. The covalent linkage of IL species into polymeric chains or networks incorporates some unique properties of ILs into that of macromolecular architectures. This innovation in structure design catalyzes new chemistry and physics, and in turn expands the property and function window of ILs and traditional polyelectrolytes.[1-3]
Though PILs initially appeared in and proposed by the IL community to play a merely supplementary role to ILs, the rapid advance in PIL research in the past decade has created a very large toolbox of innovative and versatile polyelectrolyte structures, and the study of PILs now goes far beyond the scope of IL research. They are of fundamental research importance to polymer chemistry and physics community, as they offer new elements and features that have not been touched or seriously investigated by polymer scientists. Meanwhile, benefiting from a large number of cations and anions in IL chemistry, PILs provide a variety of structure choices and materials solutions in many other fields. This lecture will highlight the synthesis, processing and materials application of poly(ionic liquid)s in the fields of energy and environment.[4-6]
1. Yuan, J*.; Mecerreyes, D.; Antonietti, M., Prog. Polym. Sci. 2013, 38, 1009-1036.
2 Sun, J.-K.; Yuan, J.*, et al. Nat. Commun. 2018, 9, 1717.
3. Zhao, Q. Yuan, J*. Et al., Nat. Commun. 2014, 5, 4293.
4. Prescher, S.; Yuan, J.* et al., J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 12-15.
5. Zhang, W.; Zhao, Q.; Yuan, J.*, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2018, 57, 6754-6773.
6. Wang, H.; Yuan*, J.; Ozin, G. A.* et al., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 7847-7852.
Prof. Jiayin Yuan studied chemistry at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. He received his Master degree at Uni Siegen, Germany in 2004, and his PhD (Summa cum laude) with Axel Müller at Uni Bayreuth, Germany in 2009. He then joined the Max Plank Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, and served as a research group leader under the supervision by Markus Antonietti. He was appointed as an Associated Professor at Clarkson University, USA in 2017, and a Full Professor at Stockholm University in 2018. He received European Research Council Starting Grant in 2014, Dr Hermann-Schnell Award in 2015, Dozentenpreis in 2016 and Wallenberg Fellowship in 2017. His research interest focuses on functional polymers and carbons.