Jinquan Wang spends much of his time researching Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Cycloaddition, Ionic liquid and Selectivity. His work on Heterogeneous catalysis is typically connected to Propylene oxide as part of general Catalysis study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Epoxide, Polyethylene glycol, Phosphonium salt and Homogeneous catalysis study in the realm of Organic chemistry interacts with subjects such as Environmentally friendly.
The Cycloaddition study combines topics in areas such as Bifunctional, Catalytic cycle, Metal and Carbon fixation. The Ionic liquid study which covers Coupling reaction that intersects with Reaction mechanism, Ether, Computational chemistry, Molecule and Process integration. His research investigates the link between Selectivity and topics such as Filtration that cross with problems in Carbon dioxide, Reaction temperature, 1,2,4-Triazole, Molecular sieve and Yield.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Ionic liquid, Inorganic chemistry and Selectivity. His Catalysis research integrates issues from Carbonate, Carbon dioxide and Solvent. Homogeneous catalysis, Polyethylene glycol, Dimethyl carbonate, Metal and Supercritical fluid are the primary areas of interest in his Organic chemistry study.
The concepts of his Ionic liquid study are interwoven with issues in Chemical physics, Reaction mechanism, Bromide and Ethylene carbonate. His work deals with themes such as Yield, Porosity, Propylene carbonate and Hydrogen bond, which intersect with Inorganic chemistry. His Selectivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Polystyrene, Filtration and Diethanolamine.
Jinquan Wang mainly investigates Porosity, Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Lithium and Polymer. He has researched Porosity in several fields, including Selectivity, Ring and Metal-organic framework. Catalysis is a subfield of Organic chemistry that Jinquan Wang tackles.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Electrolyte, Nanotechnology, Sodium and Electron acceptor in addition to Lithium. In his study, Salt, BET theory, Polymer chemistry, Phosphonium salt and Adsorption is inextricably linked to Porous medium, which falls within the broad field of Polymer. His Molecule research focuses on Process integration and how it connects with Coupling reaction and Ether.
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Chitosan functionalized ionic liquid as a recyclable biopolymer-supported catalyst for cycloaddition of CO2
Jian Sun;Jinquan Wang;Weiguo Cheng;Jianxin Zhang.
Green Chemistry (2012)
Fixation of CO2 into cyclic carbonates catalyzed by ionic liquids: a multi-scale approach
Bao-Hua Xu;Jin-Quan Wang;Jian Sun;Ying Huang.
Green Chemistry (2015)
Solventless synthesis of cyclic carbonates from carbon dioxide and epoxides catalyzed by silica-supported ionic liquids under supercritical conditions
Jin-Quan Wang;Xiao-Dong Yue;Fei Cai;Liang-Nian He.
Catalysis Communications (2007)
Synthesis of cyclic carbonates from epoxides and carbon dioxide over silica-supported quaternary ammonium salts under supercritical conditions
Jin-Quan Wang;De-Lin Kong;Jian-Yu Chen;Fei Cai.
Journal of Molecular Catalysis A-chemical (2006)
Urea-derived graphitic carbon nitride as an efficient heterogeneous catalyst for CO2 conversion into cyclic carbonates
Qian Su;Jian Sun;Jinquan Wang;Zifeng Yang;Zifeng Yang.
Catalysis Science & Technology (2014)
Efficient Acid–Base Bifunctional Catalysts for the Fixation of CO2 with Epoxides under Metal‐ and Solvent‐Free Conditions
Jian Sun;Lijun Han;Weiguo Cheng;Jinquan Wang.
Bifunctional metal-salen complexes as efficient catalysts for the fixation of CO2 with epoxides under solvent-free conditions.
Cheng-Xia Miao;Jin-Quan Wang;Ying Wu;Ya Du.
Insights into quaternary ammonium salts-catalyzed fixation carbon dioxide with epoxides
Jin-Quan Wang;Kun Dong;Wei-Guo Cheng;Jian Sun.
Catalysis Science & Technology (2012)
Efficient synthesis of dimethyl carbonate from methanol, propylene oxide and CO2 catalyzed by recyclable inorganic base/phosphonium halide-functionalized polyethylene glycol
Jie-Sheng Tian;Cheng-Xia Miao;Jin-Quan Wang;Fei Cai.
Green Chemistry (2007)
SBA-15 supported triazolium-based ionic liquids as highly efficient and recyclable catalysts for fixation of CO2 with epoxides
Weiguo Cheng;Xi Chen;Jian Sun;Jinquan Wang.
Catalysis Today (2013)
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