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Hong, Sung You (홍성유)

Department
Department of Chemistry(화학과)
Website
http://home.unist.ac.kr/professor/syhong/
Lab
Synthetic Organic Chemistry Lab. (유기합성 연구실)
Research Keywords
Synthetic organic chemistry, transition metals
Research Interests
The major
research themes in our laboratory are to develop metal-catalyzed synthetic
routes to afford functionalized small molecules. Issues of selectivity, oxidation
state changes, reactivity modes of transition metal complexes, and efficiency to construct carbon–carbon and carbon–heteroatoms have been the central
topics of our synthetic approaches.
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2021-07Nickelocene as an Air- and Moisture-Tolerant Precatalyst in the Regioselective Synthesis of Multisubstituted PyridinesCho, Il Young; Kim, Woo Gyum; Jeon, Ji Hwan, et alARTICLE31 Nickelocene as an Air- and Moisture-Tolerant Precatalyst in the Regioselective Synthesis of Multisubstituted Pyridines
2021-04Late-Stage F-18/F-19 Isotopic Exchange for the Synthesis of F-18-Labeled Sulfamoyl FluoridesJeon, Min Ho; Kwon, Young-Do; Kim, Min Pyeong, et alARTICLE68 Late-Stage F-18/F-19 Isotopic Exchange for the Synthesis of F-18-Labeled Sulfamoyl Fluorides
2021-02Replacing conventional battery electrolyte additives with dioxolone derivatives for high-energy-density lithium-ion batteriesPark, Sewon; Jeong, Seo Yeong; Lee, Tae Kyung, et alARTICLE171 Replacing conventional battery electrolyte additives with dioxolone derivatives for high-energy-density lithium-ion batteries
2020-07Synthesis of 18F-Labeled Aryl Fluorosulfates via Nucleophilic RadiofluorinationKwon, Young-Do; Jeon, Min Ho; Park, Nam Kyu, et alARTICLE182 Synthesis of 18F-Labeled Aryl Fluorosulfates via Nucleophilic Radiofluorination
2020-05Redox-Active Functional Electrolyte for High-Performance Seawater BatteriesLee, Seyoung; Cho, Il Young; Kim, Dowan, et alARTICLE276 Redox-Active Functional Electrolyte for High-Performance Seawater Batteries
2020-05Chemo- and regioselective click reactions through nickel-catalyzed azide–alkyne cycloadditionKim, Woo Gyum; Baek, Seung-yeol; Jeong, Seo Yeong, et alARTICLE181 Chemo- and regioselective click reactions through nickel-catalyzed azide–alkyne cycloaddition
2019-09Annulative π-Extension of Unactivated Benzene Derivatives through Nondirected C–H ArylationLee, Jae Bin; Jeon, Min Ho; Seo, Jeong Kon, et alARTICLE420 Annulative π-Extension of Unactivated Benzene Derivatives through Nondirected C–H Arylation
2019-06Chemoselective Trifluoroethylation Reactions of Quinazolinones and Identification of PhotostabilityMaiti, Saikat; Kim, Jaeshin; Park, Jae-Heon, et alARTICLE473 Chemoselective Trifluoroethylation Reactions of Quinazolinones and Identification of Photostability
2019-05Heteromat-framed metal-organic coordination polymer anodes for high-performance lithium-ion batteriesKim, Seung-Hyeok; Lee, Hyun Ho; Kim, Ju-Myung, et alARTICLE282 Heteromat-framed metal-organic coordination polymer anodes for high-performance lithium-ion batteries
2018-11Organic Phototransistors Based on Self-Assembled Microwires of n-Type Distyrylbenzene DerivativeLee, Yoon Ho; Shin, Dong Seon; Kim, Dong Yeong, et alARTICLE594 Organic Phototransistors Based on Self-Assembled Microwires of n-Type Distyrylbenzene Derivative
2018-08Dual-function ethyl 4,4,4-trifluorobutyrate additive for high-performance Ni-rich cathodes and stable graphite anodesKim, Koeun; Kim, Yeonkyoung; Park, Sewon, et alARTICLE633 Dual-function ethyl 4,4,4-trifluorobutyrate additive for high-performance Ni-rich cathodes and stable graphite anodes
2018-08Nonaqueous arylated quinone catholytes for lithium-organic flow batteriesShin, Dong-Seon; Park, Minjoon; Ryu, Jaechan, et alARTICLE787 Nonaqueous arylated quinone catholytes for lithium-organic flow batteries
2018-07Coordination Polymers for High-Capacity Li-Ion Batteries: Metal-Dependent Solid-State ReversibilityLee, Hyun Ho; Lee, Jae Bin; Park, Yuwon, et alARTICLE686 Coordination Polymers for High-Capacity Li-Ion Batteries: Metal-Dependent Solid-State Reversibility
2018-06Unsymmetrical fluorinated malonatoborate as an amphoteric additive for high-energy-density lithium- ion batteriesHan, Jung-Gu; Lee, Jae Bin; Cha, Aming, et alARTICLE857 Unsymmetrical fluorinated malonatoborate as an amphoteric additive for high-energy-density lithium- ion batteries
2018-03Molecular Engineered Safer Organic Battery through the Incorporation of Flame Retarding Organophosphonate MoietyLee, Hyun Ho; Nam, Dongsik; Kim, Choon-Ki, et alARTICLE700 Molecular Engineered Safer Organic Battery through the Incorporation of Flame Retarding Organophosphonate Moiety
2017-12Synergistic Effect of Partially Fluorinated Ether and Fluoroethylene Carbonate for High-Voltage Lithium-Ion Batteries with Rapid Chargeability and DischargeabilityKim, Choon-Ki; Kim, Koeun; Shin, Kyomin, et alARTICLE854 Synergistic Effect of Partially Fluorinated Ether and Fluoroethylene Carbonate for High-Voltage Lithium-Ion Batteries with Rapid Chargeability and Dischargeability
2017-09Nickel-Catalyzed Azide-Alkyne Cycloaddition to Access 1,5-Disubstituted 1,2,3-Triazoles in Air and WaterKim, Woo Gyum; Kang, Mi Eun; Lee, Jae Bin, et alARTICLE1186 Nickel-Catalyzed Azide-Alkyne Cycloaddition to Access 1,5-Disubstituted 1,2,3-Triazoles in Air and Water
2017-09Direct diversification of unmasked quinazolin-4(3: H)-ones through orthogonal reactivity modulationLee, Jae Bin; Kang, Mi Eun; Kim, Joohee, et alARTICLE805 Direct diversification of unmasked quinazolin-4(3: H)-ones through orthogonal reactivity modulation
2017-04An Annulative Synthetic Strategy for Building Triphenylene Frameworks by Multiple C-H Bond ActivationsMathew, Bijoy P.; Yang, Hyun Ji; Kim, Joohee, et alARTICLE1096 An Annulative Synthetic Strategy for Building Triphenylene Frameworks by Multiple C-H Bond Activations
2017-02Efficient copper catalysts for C-H bond arylation under microwave heating: Direct access to multi-substituted pivanilidesYang, Hyun Ji; Mathew, Bijoy P.; Oh, Dong Gun, et alARTICLE949 Efficient copper catalysts for C-H bond arylation under microwave heating: Direct access to multi-substituted pivanilides

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