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Shigeru Shimada – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • synthesis and structure of Bismuth Compounds bearing a sulfur bridged bis phenolato ligand and their catalytic application to the solvent free synthesis of propylene carbonate from co2 and propylene oxide
    Chemical Communications, 2009
    Co-Authors: Shigeru Shimada


    Two Bismuth Compounds bearing a sulfur-bridged bis(phenolato) ligand were synthesized and found to show high catalytic activity and selectivity for solvent-free synthesis of propylene carbonate from CO2 and propylene oxide in the presence of iodide salts as co-catalysts at room temperature under 1 atm CO2.

Sridhar Komarneni – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • protein assisted synthesis of single crystal nanowires of Bismuth Compounds
    Chemical Communications, 2005
    Co-Authors: Feng Gao, Sridhar Komarneni


    Lysozyme, a protein, has been found to be a new morphology-directing agent and a simple and mild bio-molecule assisted method has been proposed for the synthesis of single-crystal Bismuth sulfide and oxide nanowires.

Qian Liu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • A Strategy to Prepare Wafer Scale Bismuth Compound Superstructures
    Small, 2013
    Co-Authors: Chuan Fei Guo, Jianming Zhang, Ye Tian, Meng Wang, Qian Liu


    Epitaxial wafer scale superstructures of Bismuth Compounds are synthesized. Single crystalline β-Bi2O3 films are obtained by sputtering amorphous BiOx onto (001)-oriented strontium titanate with a buffer layer, followed by thermal crystallization. This is used as the precursor for the growth of the superstructures. The superstructures of Bismuth Compounds reveal anisotropic physical properties that are related to their unique morphology.

  • A General Strategy to Superstructured Networks and Nested Self-Similar Networks of Bismuth Compounds
    ACS Nano, 2012
    Co-Authors: Chuan Fei Guo, Jianming Zhang, Ye Tian, Qian Liu


    We have reported the synthesis of superstructured nanonetworks of BiOCl and nested nanonetworksof Bi2S3in aseriesoflattice-directed topotactic transformations [C. F.Guoetal. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 138, 8211� 8215]. Here we extend the transformations to a much broader system including ordered nanowall networks of BiOCl, BiOBr, Bi2O2CO3, β-Bi2O3, and Bi2S3, as well as nested self-similar networks of Bi2S3 and amorphous BiOx. We suggest even more superstructured networks and nested self-similar networks of Bismuth Compounds with a lattice parameter of ∼2 n/2 � 3.9 A (n = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4), might also be obtained. The