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XLH chemistry for organic nanogrids with Plenty of Room
Organic Chemistry: Current Research

Organic Chemistry: Current Research
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XLH chemistry for organic nanogrids with Plenty of Room


3rd International Conference on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

July 17-19, 2017 Chicago, USA

Xie Linghai

Nanjing University of Posts & Telecommunications, China

Keynote: Organic Chem Curr Res

Abstract :

Organic nanogrids are different from the macrocycles according to the Chinese FangYuanâ??s culture and ancient window patterns that inspired us to explore the unprecedented direction. Nanogrids serve as the units to not only 3D cages or Covalent Organic Polyhedra (COP), Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs), and three-dimensional metal-organic frameworks (MOF), but also to soluble nanopolymers with the double merits of both carbon nanotubes and polymers. We explored the synthon design of nanogrids that is the starting point for the molecular nanotechnology to manipulate various funtons such as electron, photon, exciton, phonon, proton, as well as mechanon (Figure 1). By means of the designable vertices and edges, nanogrids have absolute merits with infinite expendability to enter internet or networks according to the windowâ??s pattern of ancient China that offer unprecedented functional and optoelectronic materials. Ultimately, beyond above structures and architectures, nanogrid will offer a bridge between molecules and macroscopic compounds to challenge Feynmanâ??s prediction. XLH chemistry make era of consciousness possible that offer a chance to fabricate artificial PhD/chemists who release scientists from lab in the next half of the 21st century.

Biography :

Xie Linghai is a Professor of Organic/Polymer Materials Chemistry at Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications. He obtained his PhD from Fudan University in June 2006. After this, he joined Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications and became a Leader of the Center for Molecular Systems & Organic Devices. He won the NSFC Award for Excellent Young Scholar in 2013. His research activities focus on molecular installing technology, synergistically molecular attractor-repulsor theory, polygrid-based wide-bandgap semiconductors, organic electrets for memories and memristors. He has published more than 150 papers in reputed journals and has been cited by more than 2000.

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