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Baek, Jong-Beom (백종범)

Department
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering(에너지화학공학과)
Website
http://jbbaek.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Center for Dimension-Controllable Organic Frameworks (차원조절유기구조체 연구단)
Research Keywords
다공성 유기 구조체, 탄소 나노튜브, 그래핀, 에너지 변환 및 저장, 고분자 탄소 나노소재, Porous Organic Frameworks, COFs, Carbon Nanotubes, CNTs, Graphene, Energy Conversion and Storage
Research Interests
• Our group is working on the design and synthesis of diverse edge-selectively functionalized graphene nanoplatelets (EFGnPs) and Fused Aromatic Networks (FANs). Such materials will be applied in many fields such as electrochemistry, gas storage and energy materials.
• Graphene as a representative carbon material have captured broad interest in the materials science, due to its extraordinary set of properties. Nevertheless, graphene has some limitations such as difficulty in processability, lack of multi-functionality and vanishing band-gap. Therefore, our group developed new edge-selectively functionalized graphene nanoplatelets by ball-milling methods to overcome those kinds of limitations.
• Fused Aromatic Networks (FANs) are a class of ordered porous polymers which are integration of organic building units into extended structures. FANs structures are composed of fused aromatic rings without single bond connectivity and it enables formation of very stable structures. Because of their design flexibility and skeleton or pores manipulability, FANs can be a good platform in materials science fields.
• The undergraduate, graduate students, postdoctoral and researcher are working on various research fields including carbon materials, materials science, electrochemistry and organic synthesis.
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2008-06Enhancement of the field-effect mobility of poly(3-hexylthiophene)/functionalized carbon nanotube hybrid transistorsPark, Yeong Don; Lim, Jung Ah; Jang, Yunseok, et alARTICLE733 Enhancement of the field-effect mobility of poly(3-hexylthiophene)/functionalized carbon nanotube hybrid transistors
2008-02Solubilization of carbon nanofibers with a covalently attached hyperbranched poly(ether ketone)Wang, David H.; Mirau, Peter; Li, Bing, et alARTICLE678 Solubilization of carbon nanofibers with a covalently attached hyperbranched poly(ether ketone)
2008-02Synthesis and properties of polyetherketone-block-polybenzobisthiazole-block-polyetherketone ABA triblock copolymersBaek, Jong-Beom; Tan, Loon-SengARTICLE742 Synthesis and properties of polyetherketone-block-polybenzobisthiazole-block-polyetherketone ABA triblock copolymers
2007-11Synthesis of linear and hyperbranched poly(etherketone)s containing flexible oxyethylene spacersJeon, In-Yup; Tan, Loon-Seng; Baek, Jong-BeomARTICLE673 Synthesis of linear and hyperbranched poly(etherketone)s containing flexible oxyethylene spacers
2007-08Nanocomposites derived from a low-color aromatic polyimide (CP2) and amine-functionalized vapor-grown carbon nanofibers: In situ polymerization and characterizationWang, David H.; Arlen, Michael J.; Baek, Jong-Beom, et alARTICLE767 Nanocomposites derived from a low-color aromatic polyimide (CP2) and amine-functionalized vapor-grown carbon nanofibers: In situ polymerization and characterization
2007-06In-situ grafting of hyperbranched poly(ether ketone)s onto multiwalled carbon nanotubes via the A(3)+B-2 approachChoi, Ja-Young; Oh, Se-Jin; Lee, Hwa-Jeong, et alARTICLE700 In-situ grafting of hyperbranched poly(ether ketone)s onto multiwalled carbon nanotubes via the A(3)+B-2 approach
2007-06In situ grafting of carboxylic acid-terminated hyperbranched poly (ether-ketone) to the surface of carbon nanotubesChoi, Ja-Young; Han, Sang-Wook; Huh, Wan-Soo, et alARTICLE660 In situ grafting of carboxylic acid-terminated hyperbranched poly (ether-ketone) to the surface of carbon nanotubes
2006-12Self-controlled synthesis of hyperbranched poly(ether ketone)s from A(3)+B-2 approach via different solubilities of monomers in the reaction mediumChoi, Ja-Young; Tan, Loon-Seng; Baek, Jong-BeomARTICLE655 Self-controlled synthesis of hyperbranched poly(ether ketone)s from A(3)+B-2 approach via different solubilities of monomers in the reaction medium
2006-11Synthesis and chain-end modification of a novel hyperbranched polymer containing alternating quinoxaline and benzoxazole repeat unitsBaek, Jong-Beom; Simko, Sharon R.; Tan, Loon-SengARTICLE563 Synthesis and chain-end modification of a novel hyperbranched polymer containing alternating quinoxaline and benzoxazole repeat units
2006-10Preparation of electrospun nanofibers of carbon nanotube/polycaprolactone nanocompositeSaeed, Khalid; Park, Soo-Young; Lee, Hwa-Jeong, et alARTICLE609 Preparation of electrospun nanofibers of carbon nanotube/polycaprolactone nanocomposite
2006-09POLY 113-Purification and functionalization of single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNT) in a mild polyphosphoric acidHan, Sang-Wook; Oh, Se-Jin; Tan, Loon-Seng, et alARTICLE576
2006-07Grafting of vapor-grown carbon nanofibers (VGCNF) with a hyperbranched poly (ether-ketone)Wang, D.H.; Baek, Jong-Beom; Tan, L.-S.ARTICLE607 Grafting of vapor-grown carbon nanofibers (VGCNF) with a hyperbranched poly (ether-ketone)
2006-04Hyperbranched poly(phenylquinoxaline-ether-ketone) synthesis in poly(phosphoric acid)/P2O5 medium: Optimization and some interesting observationsBaek, Jong-Beom; Tan, LSARTICLE635 Hyperbranched poly(phenylquinoxaline-ether-ketone) synthesis in poly(phosphoric acid)/P2O5 medium: Optimization and some interesting observations
2006-04Modification of bisphenol-A based bismaleimide resin (BPA-BMI) with an allyl-terminated hyperbranched polyimide (AT-PAEKI)Qin, H; Mather, PT; Baek, Jong-Beom, et alARTICLE657 Modification of bisphenol-A based bismaleimide resin (BPA-BMI) with an allyl-terminated hyperbranched polyimide (AT-PAEKI)
2006-02Multiwalled carbon nanotubes and nanofibers grafted with polyetherketones in mild and viscous polymeric acidOh, SJ; Lee, HJ; Keum, DK, et alARTICLE692 Multiwalled carbon nanotubes and nanofibers grafted with polyetherketones in mild and viscous polymeric acid
2006-02Thermally reactive phenylethynyl-terminated bis(benzylester) and bis(amide) monomers based on semi-enzymatically produced 6-phenylethynyl picolinic acidWang, DH; Baek, Jong-Beom; Nishino, SF, et alARTICLE640 Thermally reactive phenylethynyl-terminated bis(benzylester) and bis(amide) monomers based on semi-enzymatically produced 6-phenylethynyl picolinic acid
2005-12Synthesis of phenylquinoxaline oligomers containing pendant electron-donating and electron-withdrawing groupsBaek, Jong-Beom; Harris, FWARTICLE665 Synthesis of phenylquinoxaline oligomers containing pendant electron-donating and electron-withdrawing groups
2005-10In situ synthesis of poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET) in ethylene glycol containing terephthalic acid and functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) as an approach to MWNT/PET nanocompositesLee, HJ; Oh, SJ; Choi, JY, et alARTICLE690 In situ synthesis of poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET) in ethylene glycol containing terephthalic acid and functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) as an approach to MWNT/PET nanocomposites
2005-06하이퍼브랜치드 고분자의 새로운 합성법과 그 응용Choi, Ja-Young; Oh, Se-Jin; Lee, Hwa-Jeong, et alARTICLE521
2005-02Unusual thermal relaxation of viscosity-and-shear-induced strain in poly(ether-ketones) synthesized in highly viscous polyphosphoric acid/P2O5 mediumBaek, JB; Park, SY; Price, GE, et alARTICLE774 Unusual thermal relaxation of viscosity-and-shear-induced strain in poly(ether-ketones) synthesized in highly viscous polyphosphoric acid/P2O5 medium

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