Wenbin Lin
Wenbin Lin
James Franck Professor, The University of Chicago
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Enantioselective catalysis with homochiral metal–organic frameworks
L Ma, C Abney, W Lin
Chemical Society Reviews 38 (5), 1248-1256, 2009
Crystal engineering of NLO materials based on metal− organic coordination networks
OR Evans, W Lin
Accounts of Chemical Research 35 (7), 511-522, 2002
A homochiral porous metal− organic framework for highly enantioselective heterogeneous asymmetric catalysis
CD Wu, A Hu, L Zhang, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (25), 8940-8941, 2005
Nanoscale metal–organic frameworks for biomedical imaging and drug delivery
J Della Rocca, D Liu, W Lin
Accounts of chemical research 44 (10), 957-968, 2011
Metal–organic frameworks for artificial photosynthesis and photocatalysis
T Zhang, W Lin
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (16), 5982-5993, 2014
Postsynthetic modifications of iron-carboxylate nanoscale metal− organic frameworks for imaging and drug delivery
KML Taylor-Pashow, J Della Rocca, Z Xie, S Tran, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (40), 14261-14263, 2009
Doping metal–organic frameworks for water oxidation, carbon dioxide reduction, and organic photocatalysis
C Wang, Z Xie, KE deKrafft, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (34), 13445-13454, 2011
Rational synthesis of noncentrosymmetric metal–organic frameworks for second-order nonlinear optics
C Wang, T Zhang, W Lin
Chemical reviews 112 (2), 1084-1104, 2012
Chiral porous coordination networks: rational design and applications in enantioselective processes
B Kesanli, W Lin
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 246 (1-2), 305-326, 2003
Nanoscale metal− organic frameworks as potential multimodal contrast enhancing agents
WJ Rieter, KML Taylor, H An, W Lin, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (28), 9024-9025, 2006
Metal–organic frameworks as potential drug carriers
RC Huxford, J Della Rocca, W Lin
Current opinion in chemical biology 14 (2), 262-268, 2010
A series of isoreticular chiral metal–organic frameworks as a tunable platform for asymmetric catalysis
L Ma, JM Falkowski, C Abney, W Lin
Nature chemistry 2 (10), 838-846, 2010
Nanoscale coordination polymers for platinum-based anticancer drug delivery
WJ Rieter, KM Pott, KML Taylor, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (35), 11584-11585, 2008
Metal–organic frameworks as a tunable platform for designing functional molecular materials
C Wang, D Liu, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (36), 13222-13234, 2013
Nanomedicine applications of hybrid nanomaterials built from metal–ligand coordination bonds: nanoscale metal–organic frameworks and nanoscale coordination polymers
C He, D Liu, W Lin
Chemical reviews 115 (19), 11079-11108, 2015
Highly interpenetrated metal–organic frameworks for hydrogen storage
B Kesanli, Y Cui, MR Smith, EW Bittner, BC Bockrath, W Lin
Angewandte Chemie 117 (1), 74-77, 2005
Magnetically recoverable chiral catalysts immobilized on magnetite nanoparticles for asymmetric hydrogenation of aromatic ketones
A Hu, GT Yee, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (36), 12486-12487, 2005
Metal–organic frameworks for light harvesting and photocatalysis
JL Wang, C Wang, W Lin
Acs Catalysis 2 (12), 2630-2640, 2012
Nanoscale metal–organic frameworks for the co-delivery of cisplatin and pooled siRNAs to enhance therapeutic efficacy in drug-resistant ovarian cancer cells
C He, K Lu, D Liu, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (14), 5181-5184, 2014
Isoreticular chiral metal− organic frameworks for asymmetric alkene epoxidation: tuning catalytic activity by controlling framework catenation and varying open channel sizes
F Song, C Wang, JM Falkowski, L Ma, W Lin
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (43), 15390-15398, 2010
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