His primary areas of study are Ionic liquid, Inorganic chemistry, Absorption, Superbase and Organic chemistry. His Ionic liquid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ammonium, Chromatography, Molecule, Ion and Selectivity. His Absorption research incorporates themes from Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Hydroxide, Enthalpy and Phosphonium.
His studies deal with areas such as Derivative and Physical chemistry as well as Phosphonium. His Superbase study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ionic bonding and Sorption. His study in the field of Ring, Imidazolate and Nitrogen is also linked to topics like Multiple site.
His primary areas of investigation include Ionic liquid, Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Organic chemistry and Ion. His Ionic liquid research integrates issues from Desorption, Hydrogen bond, Absorption, Selectivity and Enthalpy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carboxylate, Nitric oxide, Phenol and Phosphonium in addition to Inorganic chemistry.
His research investigates the link between Phosphonium and topics such as Hydroxide that cross with problems in Derivative. His study in the field of Reactivity, Sorption, Carbon and Solvent free also crosses realms of Organocatalysis. His study looks at the intersection of Ion and topics like Combinatorial chemistry with Intramolecular force.
Ionic liquid, Inorganic chemistry, Ion, Absorption and Desorption are his primary areas of study. Congmin Wang interconnects Combinatorial chemistry and Hydrogen bond in the investigation of issues within Ionic liquid. The Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Selectivity, Nitric oxide and Reaction mechanism.
His Ion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Green chemistry, Quantum chemical, Polymer chemistry and Adsorption. Congmin Wang combines subjects such as Boron, Photochemistry, Sulfur dioxide, Analytical chemistry and Enthalpy with his study of Absorption. His Desorption research includes elements of Steric effects and Carbene.
Congmin Wang mainly investigates Ionic liquid, Inorganic chemistry, Ion, Catalysis and Absorption. His study in Ionic liquid is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Photochemistry and Enthalpy. He works mostly in the field of Inorganic chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Selectivity and, in certain cases, Desorption.
He has researched Ion in several fields, including High selectivity, Green chemistry and Analytical chemistry. His Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Combinatorial chemistry, Computational chemistry and Stereochemistry. His studies in Absorption integrate themes in fields like Sulfur dioxide, Imidazolate, Quantum chemical and Supercritical carbon dioxide.
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Tuning the Basicity of Ionic Liquids for Equimolar CO2 Capture
Congmin Wang;Congmin Wang;Xiaoyan Luo;Huimin Luo;De-en Jiang.
Angewandte Chemie (2011)
Carbon dioxide capture by superbase-derived protic ionic liquids.
Congmin Wang;Congmin Wang;Huimin Luo;De-en Jiang;Haoran Li.
Angewandte Chemie (2010)
A Superacid-Catalyzed Synthesis of Porous Membranes Based on Triazine Frameworks for CO2 Separation
Xiang Zhu;Chengcheng Tian;Chengcheng Tian;Shannon M. Mahurin;Song-Hai Chai.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Significant Improvements in CO2 Capture by Pyridine‐Containing Anion‐Functionalized Ionic Liquids through Multiple‐Site Cooperative Interactions
Xiaoyan Luo;Yan Guo;Fang Ding;Hongqing Zhao.
Angewandte Chemie (2014)
Reversible and robust CO2 capture by equimolar task-specific ionic liquid/superbase mixtures
Congmin Wang;Congmin Wang;Shannon M. Mahurin;Huimin Luo;Gary A. Baker.
Green Chemistry (2010)
Highly efficient SO2 capture by dual functionalized ionic liquids through a combination of chemical and physical absorption
Guokai Cui;Congmin Wang;Junjie Zheng;Yan Guo.
Chemical Communications (2012)
Equimolar CO2 capture by imidazolium-based ionic liquids and superbase systems
Congmin Wang;Congmin Wang;Huimin Luo;Xiaoyan Luo;Haoran Li.
Green Chemistry (2010)
Novel quaternary ammonium ionic liquids and their use as dual solvent-catalysts in the hydrolytic reaction
Jianyang Weng;Congmin Wang;Haoran Li;Yong Wang.
Green Chemistry (2006)
Tuning the Physicochemical Properties of Diverse Phenolic Ionic Liquids for Equimolar CO2 Capture by the Substituent on the Anion
Congmin Wang;Congmin Wang;Huimin Luo;Haoran Li;Xiang Zhu.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2012)
Highly efficient SO2 capture through tuning the interaction between anion-functionalized ionic liquids and SO2.
Congmin Wang;Junjie Zheng;Guokai Cui;Xiaoyan Luo.
Chemical Communications (2013)
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