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Yaqian Lan Professor

Research Interests: 
1. Design, syntheses and properties of inorganic–organic hybrid compounds based on polyoxometalates.
  1. Program for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Research Team in Jiangsu Province, 2016.01-2018.12, 3,000,000 RMB, Team Leader.

  2. Jiangsu Specially Appointed Professor, 2012.11-2015.11, 2,000,000 RMB, Leader.

  3. Science and Technology Department of Jiangsu Province for Distinguished Young Scholars, 2013.07-2016.12, 1,500,000 RMB, Leader.

  4. High-level Innovation and Entrepreneurial Talent Introduction Plan, 2014.01-2016.12,1,000,000 RMB, Leader.

  5. National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2014.01-2017.12, 850,000 RMB,Leader.

  6. Youth Fund Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2011.01-2013.12, 180,000 RMB, Leader.

  7. Six Big Talent Peak of Jiangsu Province, 50,000 RMB, Leader.

  8. The Hundred People Plan of the Nanjing University, 500,000 RMB, Leader.


Journal Articles

  1. J.-S. Li, Y. Wang, C.-H. Liu, S.-L. Li, Y.-G. Wang, L.-Z. Dong, Z.-H. Dai,* Y.-F. Li, Y.-Q. Lan*, Coupled molybdenum carbide and reduced graphene oxide electrocatalysts for efficient hydrogen evolution, Nat. Commun., 2016, 7, 11204.

  2. J.-S. Qin, D.-Y. Du, M. Li, X.-Z. Lian, L.-Z. Dong, M. Bosch, Z.-M. Su, Q. Zhang, S.-L. Li, Y.-Q. Lan*, S. Yuan, H.-C. Zhou*, Derivation and decoration of nets with trigonal-prismatic nodes: a unique route to reticular synthesis of metal-organic frameworks, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016, 138, 5299-5307.

  3. K. Li, M. Han, R. Chen, S.-L. Li, S.-L. Xie, C. Mao, X. Bu, X.-L. Cao, L.-Z. Dong, P. Feng*, Y.-Q. Lan*, Hexagonal@cubic CdS core@shell nanorod photocatalyst for highly active production of H2 with unprecedented stability, Adv. Mater., DOI: 10.1002/adma.201601047.

  4. Y.-J. Tang, Y. Wang, X.-L. Wang, S.-L. Li, W. Huang, L.-Z. Dong, C.-H. Liu, Y.-F. Li*, Y.-Q. Lan*, Molybdenum disulfide/nitrogen-doped reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite with enlarged interlayer spacing for electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution, Adv. Energy Mater., DOI: 10.1002/aenm.201600116.

  5. Y.-J. Tang, M.-R. Gao, C.-H. Liu, S.-L. Li, H.-L. Jiang, Y.-Q. Lan*, M. Han, S.-H. Yu*, Porous molybdenum-based hybrid catalysts for highly efficient hydrogen evolution, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2015, 54, 12928-12932. (Hot Paper)

  6. J.-S. Qin, D.-Y. Du, W. Guan, X.-J. Bo, Y.-F. Li, L.-P. Guo, Z.-M. Su*, Y.-Y. Wang, Y.-Q. Lan,* H. Zhou*, Ultrastable polymolybdate-based metal-organic frameworks as highly active electrocatalysts for hydrogen generation from water, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2015, 137, 7169-7177.

  7. D.-Y. Du, J.-S. Qin, Z.-M. Su*, S.-L. Li, Y.-Q. Lan*, Recent advance in porous polyoxometalate-based metal-organic framework materials, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2014, 43, 4615-4632.

  8. P. Shen, W.-W. He, D.-Y. Du, H.-L. Jiang, S.-L. Li, Z.-L. Lang, Z.-M. Su*, Q. Fu, Y.-Q. Lan*, Solid-state structural transformation greatly enhances stability and gas adsorption in 3D metal-organic frameworks double triggered by reaction temperature and time, Chem. Sci., 2014, 5, 1368-1374.

  9. D.-Y. Du, J.-S. Qin, T.-T. Wang, S.-L. Li, Z.-M. Su*, K.-Z. Shao, Y.-Q. Lan*, X.-L. Wang, E.-B. Wang, Polyoxometalate-based crystalline tubular microreactor: redox-Active inorganic-organic hybrid materials producing gold nanoparticles and catalytic properties, Chem. Sci., 2012, 3, 705-710.

  10. Y.-Q. Lan, H.-L. Jiang, S.-L. Li, Q. Xu*, Mesoporous metal-organic frameworks with size-tunable cages: selective CO2 uptake, encapsulation of Ln3+ cations for luminescence, and column-chromatographic dye separation, Adv. Mater., 2011, 23, 5015-5020.


    Academic Title

    1. Editorial Board Member of Scientific Reports (Chemistry), Nature Publishing Group.

    2. Editorial Board Member of Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Natural Science Edition).

    3. Member of the academic committee in Nanjing normal university.