Name:WU Tao
Title:Professor
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Tel: +86-512-65882675
Email: wutao@suda.edu.cn
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Professor (Inorganic chemistry and materials chemistry)
B. Sc.                       China Three Gorges University (1995-1999)
M. En.                       Shantou University (2000-2003)
Ph. D.                       University of California, Riverside (2006-2011)
Assistant Teacher      Shantou University (2003-2005)
Lecturer                    Shantou University (2006)
Postdoctor                University of California, Riverside (2011-2012)
 
Research Interests:
Our research focuses on the design, synthesis and application of crystalline inorganic-organic hybrid functional materials, which will provides material foundation and technological support for the practical application of new type of crystalline materials. Many disciplines get involved: inorganic synthetic chemistry, coordination chemistry, cluster chemistry, photo-electrochemistry, metal-organic framework materials, zeolite materials, semiconductor materials. Currently, our research topics include:
1) Metal-organic framework materials with high-efficient photoluminescence or electroluminescence and their potential application for sensing small gas molecule
2) Zeolite-analog semiconducting materials for photoelectric device and photocatalysis
3) Host-guest materials based on semiconducting porous framework and mechanism on energy transfer and photon electron transfer.
4) New type of metal-chalcogenide-based nanoclusters with functionalized surface and precisely doped composition
5) Photoelectric device based on soluble chalcogenide-based molecular nanoclusters
6) Nanocluster-based composite white-light emitter
 
 
Representative Publications
[1] Lin, J.; Dong, Y. Z.; Zhang, Q.; Hu D. D.; Li, N.; Wang, L.*; Liu, Y.*; Wu, T.* Interrupted Chalcogenide-Based Zeolite-Analog Semiconductor: Atomically Precise Doping for Tunable Electro-/ Photoelectrochemical Properties, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, in press, DOI:10.1002/anie.201500659, VIP. [These authors contributed equally to this work.]
[2] Lin, J.; Zhang, Q.; Wang, L.; Liu, X.C.; Yan, W.B.; Wu, T.*; Bu, X.*; Feng, P.* Atomically Precise Doping of Mono-manganese Ion into Coreless Supertetrahedral Chalcogenide Nanocluster Inducing Unusual Red Shift in Mn2+ Emission, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 4769-4779.
[3] Wu, T.*; Zhang, Q.; Hou, Y.; Wang, L.; Mao, C.; Zheng, S.; Bu, X.; Feng, P.* Monocopper Doping in Cd-In-S Supertetrahedral Nanocluster via Two-step Strategy and Enhanced Photoelectric Response. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 10250-10253.
[4] Wu, T.; Bu, X.; Liao, P.; Wang, L.; Zheng, S.; Ma, R.; Feng, P.* Superbase-Route to Supertetrahedral Chalcogenide Clusters, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 3619-3622.
[5] Wu, T.; Zuo, F.; Wang, L.; Bu, X.; Zheng, S.; Ma, R.; Feng, P.* A Large Indium Sulfide Supertetrahedral Cluster Built from Integration of ZnS-Like Tetrahedral Shell with NaCl-Like Octahedral Core. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 15886-15889.
[6] Wu, T.; Bu, X.; Zhao, X.; Khazhakyan, R.; Feng, P.* Phase Selection and Site-Selective Distribution by Tin and Sulfur in Supertetrahedral Zinc Gallium Selenides, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 9616-9625.
[7] Wu, T.; Khazhakyan, R.; Wang, L.; Bu, X.; Zheng, S.; Chau, V.; Feng, P.*Three-Dimensional Covalent Co-Assembly between Inorganic Supertetrahedral Clusters and Imidazolates, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2011, 50, 2536-2539.
[8] Wu, T.; Wang, L.; Bu, X.; Chau, V., Feng, P.* Largest Molecular Clusters in Supertetrahedral Tn Series, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 10823-10831.
[9] Wu, T.; Wang, X. Q.; Bu, X.; Zhao, X.; Wang, L.; Feng, P.* Synthetic Control of Selenide Supertetrahedral Clusters and Three-Dimensional Co-assembly by Charge-Complementary Metal Cations. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2009, 48, 7204 -7207.
[10] Wu, T.; Zhang, J.; Zhou, C.; Wang, L.; Bu, X. *; Feng, P.* Zeolite RHO-Type Net with the Lightest Elements. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2009, 131, 6111-6113.
[11] Zhang, J.; Wu, T.; Zhou, C.; Chen, S.; Feng, P.*; Bu, X.*Zeolitic Boron Imidazolate Frameworks. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2009, 48, 2542-2545. [These authors contributed equally to this work.]
[12] Li, D.*; Wu, T.; Zhou, X. P.; Zhou, R.; Huang, X. C. Twelve-connected Net with Face-centered Cubic Topology: A Coordination Polymer Based on [Cu124-SCH3)6]6+ Clusters and CN- Linkers. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2005, 44, 4175-4178.
[13] Zhao, X.; Bu, X.*; Wu, T.; Zheng, S-T; Wang, L.; Feng, P. Selective Anion Exchange with Nanogated Isoreticular Positive Metal-Organic Frameworks, Nature Commun. 2013, 4:2344 doi:10.1038
[14] Zheng, S.; Wu, T.; Zuo, F.; Chou, C-T; Feng, P.*; Bu, X.* Mimicking Zeolite to Its Core: Porous Sodalite Cages as Hanger for Pendent Trimeric M3(OH) Clusters (M = Mg, Mn, Co, Ni, Cd), J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 1934-1937.
[15] Lin, Q.; Wu, T.; Zheng, S-T; Bu, X.; Feng, P.* Single-Walled Polytetrazolate Metal-Organic Channels with High Density of Open Nitrogen-Donor Sites and Gas Uptake, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 784-787.
[16] Zheng, S.; Wu, T.; Irfanoglu, B.; Feng, P.*; Bu, X*. Multi-Component Self-Assembly of a Nested Co24@Co48 Metal Organic Polyhedral Framework. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2011, 50,8034-8037.
[17] Zheng, S.; Wu, T.; Zhang, J.; Chow, M.; Nieto, R., Feng, P.*; Bu, X.* Porous Metal Carboxylate Boron Imidazolate Frameworks (MC-BIFs), Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2010, 49, 5362-5366.
[18] Wang, L.; Wu, T.; Zuo, F.; Zhao, X.; Bu, X.; Feng, P.* Self-Similarity in Metal Chalcogenide Nanocluster Chemistry: Assembly of Supertetrahedral T5 Copper-Indium Chalcogenide Clusters into Super-Supertetrahedron of Infinite Order. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 3283-3285.
[19] Zhang, J; Wu, T.; Chen, S. M.; Feng, P. Y.; Bu, X.* Versatile Structure-Directing Roles of Deep-Eutectic Solvents and Their Implication in the Generation of Porosity and Open Metal Sites for Gas Storage. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2009, 48, 3486-3490.
 
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