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Haolong Li
Title
Professor
Division
Polymer chemistry and Physics
Specialties

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Contact Information
Email    hl_li@jlu.edu.cn
Office     B505 Supramolecular Building               
Lab        B512 Supramolecular Building
0086-431-85168499
Short Biography

2011-now, Associate Professor, State Key Laboratory of Supramolecular Structure and Materials & Department of Polymer Chemistry, College of Chemistry, Jilin University
2008-2011, Humboldt Scholar and Postdoc, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany (Supervisor: Prof. Christoph Bubeck and Prof. Klaus Müllen)
2003-2008, Ph.D in Polymer Chemistry and Physics, State Key Laboratory of Supramolecular Structure and Materials, Jilin University (Supervisor: Prof. Lixin Wu)
1999-2003, B. Eng. in Polymer Materials and Engineering, College of Chemistry, Jilin University


Research Interest

Supramolecular polymer
Supramolecular polymers (SPs) is based on the non-covalent interactions among the monomers, and thus the polymerization and disassembly processes of SPs can occur reversibly, which makes SPs a new type of dynamic materials. Now, the related research works focus on the SPs formed by small organic molecules. However, the organic-inorganic hybrid SPs are rarely reported. In this project, we use polyoxometalates (POMs) as modular building blocks and modify POMs with non-covalent interaction groups. Through the recognition of the gourps, the modified POMs can be assembled into a new kind of clusto-supramolecular polymers (CSPs). By adjusting the hierarchical structure of the CSPs, we can optimize the synergistic properties among the different components of CSPs and explore the potential application of the CSPs in optical and electronic materials.
Graphene nanocomposite
Graphene is a new kind of two-dimensional carbon nanomaterials. It possesses large specific area, high mobility for carriers, high mechanical property and good chemical stability. The modification of graphene with different components is an effective approach to functionalize graphene. In this project, we plan to assemble functional polyoxometalates with graphene through non-covalent interactions to prepare a new nanocomposite, and then we will explore its potential application in catalysis, sensor and energy storage.

Honors & Awards
The First Prize of Natural Science Academic Achievement Award of Jilin Province (2011)
National Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Award nomination of China (2010)
Excellent Doctoral Dissertation Award of Jilin Province (2009)
Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship (2008)
CAS Scholarship (2006)
Publications

[ Selected Publications ]
1. Gang Wang, Jialin Li, Lichao Shang, Haibo He, Tingting Cui, Shengchao Chai, Chengji Zhao*, Lixin Wu, Haolong Li*, “Nanostructured Polymer Composite Electrolytes with Self-Assembled Polyoxometalate Networks for Proton Conduction”, CCS Chem. 2021, 3, 603-613.
2. Shengchao Chai, Xiao Cao, Fengrui Xu, Liang Zhai, Hu-Jun Qian, Quan Chen, Lixin Wu, Haolong Li*, "Multiscale Self-Assembly of Mobile-Ligand Molecular Nanoparticles for Hierarchical Nanocomposites", ACS Nano 2019, 13, 7135-7145.
3. Liying Zhang, Tingting Cui, Xiao Cao, Chengji Zhao, Quan Chen, Lixin Wu, Haolong Li*, "Inorganic-Macroion-Induced Formation of Bicontinuous Block Copolymer Nanocomposites with Enhanced Conductivity and Modulus", Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 9013-9017.
4. Shan Wang, Haolong Li*, Dan Li, Tianyang Xu, Shilin Zhang, Xiaoyuan Dou, Lixin Wu*, "Noncovalent Functionalization of Graphene Nanosheets with Cluster-Cored Star Polymers and Their Reinforced Polymer Coating", ACS Macro Lett. 2015, 4, 974-978.
5. Dan Li, Xiangmeng Jia, Xiao Cao, Tianyang Xu, Haolong Li*, Hujun Qian*, Lixin Wu*, "Controllable Nanostructure Formation through Enthalpy-Driven Assembly of Polyoxometalate Clusters and Block Copolymers", Macromolecules 2015, 48, 4104-4114.

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