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Lah, Myoung Soo (나명수)

Department
Department of Chemistry(화학과)
Website
http://mslah.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Frontier Energy Storage Material Lab. (차세대 에너지 저장재료 연구실)
Research Keywords
결정공학, 금속유기골격체, 초분자 배위화학, 결정학, 고체무기화학, 화학, Metal-Organic Frameworks, MOFs, Crystal Engineering, Supramolecular coordination chemistry
Research Interests
Lah's group is interested in understanding inorganic-organic hybrid materials based on their structural and topological characteristics and is involved in the development of functional porous materials by design for their application in hydrogen and methane storage, CO2 capture, catalysis, and delivery.
* Research Summary1. Crystal Engineering- Design of coordination networks using a node and linker approach- Design of coordination networks based on net topology- Design of coordination networks using a supramolecular building block approach- Postsynthetic modification of metal-organic frameworks
2. Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs)- MOF design based on metal-organic macrocycles and metal-organic polyhedra as supramolecular building blocks- Carbon dioxide capture and separation using MOFs- Hydrogen and methane storage using MOFs- Capture and catalytic removal of harmful industrial materials using MOFs
3. Supramolecular coordination chemistry: self-assembly of nano-sized metal-organic clusters- Syntheses of metal-organic macrocycles using multidentate ditopic linker ligands: the control of the stereochemistry, the nuclearity and size of the metallamacrocycles- Syntheses of metal-organic polyhedra using a face- or edge-directed corner linkage strategy
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2000-10Metallocycles with Tripled Hydrophobic TailsLah, Myoung Soo; Kwak, B; Lee, HARTICLE605
2000-09Hexanuclear manganese metallamacrocycles with tripled hydrophobic tailsKwak, Byunghoon; Rhee, Hakjune; Lah, Myoung SooARTICLE625 Hexanuclear manganese metallamacrocycles with tripled hydrophobic tails
2000-06Three-dimensional framework constructed using nanometer-sized metallamacrocycle as a secondary building unitMoon, M; Kim, I; Lah, Myoung SooARTICLE594 Three-dimensional framework constructed using nanometer-sized metallamacrocycle as a secondary building unit
2000-01Synthesis of mu-oxo and bis(mu-alkoxo) bridged diiron(III) complexes using a tripodal ligand, bis(2-benzimidazolylmethy)ethanolamine with mixed N/O donor atomsKwak, B; Lah, Myoung SooARTICLE524
1999-10Synthesis and characterization of ferric complex of biomimetic tripodal ligand, bis(2-benzimidazolymethyl)ethanolamineKwak, B; Rhee, H; Lah, Myoung SooARTICLE636
1999-06Synthesis and characterization of a ferric complex of the tripodal ligand tris(2-benzimidazolylmethyl)amine - a superoxide dismutase mimicKwak, Byunghoon; Cho, Ki Woong; Pyo, Myungho, et alARTICLE638 Synthesis and characterization of a ferric complex of the tripodal ligand tris(2-benzimidazolylmethyl)amine - a superoxide dismutase mimic
1999-04나노미터 크기의 미세공동을 가진 3차원 망상구조물Lah, Myoung SooARTICLE557
1998-02Synthesis and Characterization of [MnIII6(N-formylsalicylhydrazidate)6(MeOH)6]: A New Type of Macrocyclic Hexanuclear Manganese ClusterKwak, Byunghoon; Rhee, Hakjune; Park, Soonheum, et alARTICLE664 Synthesis and Characterization of [MnIII6(N-formylsalicylhydrazidate)6(MeOH)6]: A New Type of Macrocyclic Hexanuclear Manganese Cluster
1997-04Manganese thiophene tricarbonyl complexes: Nucleophilic addition to sulfur and synthesis of thiophenium saltsLee, SS; Lee, TY; Choi, DS, et alARTICLE717 Manganese thiophene tricarbonyl complexes: Nucleophilic addition to sulfur and synthesis of thiophenium salts
1997-04Synthesis and structural characterization of five- and six-coordinate cobalt(II) complexes of tripodal ligand, tris-(2-benzimidazolylmethyl)amineLah, Myoung Soo; Moon, MARTICLE622
1997-04Synthesis and structural characterization of five-, six-, and seven-coordinate manganese(II) complexes of the tripodal ligand tris(2-benzimidazolylmethyl)amineLah, Myoung Soo; Chun, HyungphilARTICLE527 Synthesis and structural characterization of five-, six-, and seven-coordinate manganese(II) complexes of the tripodal ligand tris(2-benzimidazolylmethyl)amine
1996-09Synthesis and characterization of copper(II) complex containing 2,2'-dipyridylbenzamideLee, Donghwan; Kim, Byungsoon; Oh, Yunghee, et alARTICLE523
1996-08Preparation of chromium-manganese diarene heterobimetallic complexes using a Mn(CO)(3)(+) transfer reactionLee, SS; Lee, TY; Lee, Joo Eun, et alARTICLE686 Preparation of chromium-manganese diarene heterobimetallic complexes using a Mn(CO)(3)(+) transfer reaction
1995-02STRUCTURE-FUNCTION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI IRON SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE - COMPARISONS WITH THE MANGANESE ENZYME FROM THERMUS-THERMOPHILUSLah, Myoung Soo; DIXON, MM; PATTRIDGE, KA, et alARTICLE736 STRUCTURE-FUNCTION IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI IRON SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE - COMPARISONS WITH THE MANGANESE ENZYME FROM THERMUS-THERMOPHILUS
1994-10THE MOBILE FLAVIN OF 4-OH BENZOATE HYDROXYLASEGATTI, DL; PALFEY, BA; Lah, Myoung Soo, et alARTICLE671 THE MOBILE FLAVIN OF 4-OH BENZOATE HYDROXYLASE
1994-04새로운 종류의 분자인식 물질의 개발Lah, Myoung SooARTICLE661
1994-03Tris-(2-benzimidazoyl-methyl)amine의 Mn(Ⅱ) Complex의 합성과 결정구조 연구Lah, Myoung SooARTICLE641
1994-02CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES OF MUTANT PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA P-HYDROXYBENZOATE HYDROXYLASES - THE TYR201PHE, TYR385PHE, AND ASN300ASP VARIANTSLah, Myoung Soo; PALFEY, BA; SCHREUDER, HA, et alARTICLE621 CRYSTAL-STRUCTURES OF MUTANT PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA P-HYDROXYBENZOATE HYDROXYLASES - THE TYR201PHE, TYR385PHE, AND ASN300ASP VARIANTS
1993-08Characterization of the manganese sites in manganese redox enzymes: Catalase and superoxide dismutaseStemmler, T; Tierney, D; Waldoa, G, et alARTICLE562 Characterization of the manganese sites in manganese redox enzymes: Catalase and superoxide dismutase
1993-06THE FUSED METALLACROWN ANION NA2([NA0.5[GA(SALICYLHYDROXIMATE)]4]2(MU-2-OH)4)- IS AN INORGANIC ANALOG OF A CRYPTATELah, Myoung Soo; GIBNEY, BR; TIERNEY, DL, et alARTICLE658 THE FUSED METALLACROWN ANION NA2([NA0.5[GA(SALICYLHYDROXIMATE)]4]2(MU-2-OH)4)- IS AN INORGANIC ANALOG OF A CRYPTATE

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