PUBLICATION
2018 CM toc
35. Structure Transformation of a Luminescent Pillared-Layer Metal−Organic Framework Caused by Point Defects Accumulation
Qi, Y.; Xu, H.; Li, X.; Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Lin, X.; Ning, E.; Li, Q.*
Chem. Mater., 30 , 5478-5484 (2018)
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34. Control of Structure Topology and Spatial Distribution of Biomacromolecules in Protein@ZIF-8 Biocomposites
Liang, W.; Ricco, R.; Maddigan, N. K.; Dickinson, R. P.; Xu. H.; Li, Q.; Sumby, C. J.; Bell, S. G.; Falcaro, P.*; Doonan, C. J.*
Chem. Mater., 30 , 1069-1077 (2018)  
2018 CCL pic
33. Functionality proportion and corresponding stability study of multivariate metal-organic frameworks
Li, J.; Wang, Y.; Yu, Y.; Li, Q.*
Chin. Chem. Lett.,  29 , 837-841 (2018)
2017 AEM
32. Field Effect Transistors Based on In Situ Fabricated Graphene Scaffold–ZrO2 Nanofilms
Pang, Q.; Chen, H.; Wang, X.; Wang, T.; Wang, D.*; Feng, S.; Lu, H.; Li, Q.*
Adv. Electron. Mater., 4, 1700424 (2018)  
2017 jacs toc
31. Reversible Redox Activity in Multicomponent Metal−Organic Frameworks Constructed from Trinuclear Copper Pyrazolate Building Blocks
Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Xu, H.; Li, X.; Wang, Y.; Ma, Z.; Weng, L.; Li, Q.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 139, 7998-8007 (2017)
2017 CC HOF
30. A triptycene-based porous hydrogen-bonded organic framework for guest incorporation with tailored fitting
Yan, W.; Yu, X.; Yan, T.; Wu, D.; Ning, E.; Qi, Y.; Han, Y.-F.*; Li, Q.*
Chem. Commun., 53,  3677-3680 (2017)  
2017 Frontier battery
29. Downsizing metal–organic frameworks with distinct morphologies as cathode materials for high-capacity Li–O2 batteries
Yan, W.; Guo, Z.; Xu, H.; Lou, Y.; Chen, J.*; Li, Q.*
Mater. Chem. Front., 1, 1324-1330 (2017) 
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28. Defect engineering of Mn-based MOFs with rod-shaped building units by organic linker fragmentation
Wu, D.; Yan, W.; Xu, H.; Zhang, E.; Li, Q.*
Inorg. Chim. Acta, 460, 93-98 (2017)  Special issue: Inorganic Chemistry – The Next Generation
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27. Transfer-Free Fabrication of Graphene Scaffolds on High-k Dielectrics from Metal−Organic Oligomers
Pang, Q.; Wang, D.*; Wang, X.; Feng, S.; Clark Jr., M. B.; Li, Q.*
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 8, 25469-25475 (2016).
2016 HouJL
Su, G.; Wu, D.; Li, Q.; Hou, J.*
Chin. J. Org. Chem.36, 2130-2135 (2016).
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25. Enhanced performance in gas adsorption and Li ion batteries by docking Li+ in a crown ether-based metal–organic framework
Bai, L.;# Tu, B.;# Qi, Y.; Gao, Q.; Liu, D.; Liu, Z.; Zhao, L.; Li, Q.*; Zhao, Y.*
Chem. Commun., 52, 3003-3006 (2016).
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24. Mn-Based Two Dimensional Metal-Organic Framework Material from Benzimidazole-5,6-dicarboxylic Acid
       Zhang, E.; Zhang, L.; Tan, Z.; Ji, G.; Li, Q.*
      Chin. J. Chem., 34, 233-238 (2016). Special issue: Metal-Organic Frameworks
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23. Distinct Packings of Supramolecular Building Blocks in Metal−Organic Frameworks Based on Imidazoledicarboxylic Acid
Pang, Q.; Tu, B.; Ning, E.; Li, Q.*; Zhao. D.
Inorg. Chem., 54, 9678-9680 (2015). 
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22. Heterogeneity within a Mesoporous Metal−Organic Framework with Three Distinct Metal-Containing Building Units
Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Ning, E.; Yan, W.; Qi, Y.; Wu, D.; Li, Q.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 137, 13456-13459 (2015). Featured on JACS Spotlights.
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21. A Triptycene-Based Porous Organic Polymer that Exhibited High Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide Storage Capacities and Excellent CO2/N2 Selectivity
Lu, X.-L.; Zhou, T.-Y.; Wu, D.; Wen, Q.; Zhao, X.*; Li, Q.*; Xiang, Q.; Xu, J.-Q.*; Li, Z.-T.
Chin. J. Chem., 33, 539-544 (2015). Featured on Cover
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20. Ordered Vacancies and Their Chemistry in Metal−Organic Frameworks
Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Wu, D.; Song, Y.; Weng, L.; Li, Q.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 136, 14465-14471 (2014).
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19. Metal–organic frameworks constructed from mixed infinite inorganic units and adenine
Song, Y.; Yin, X.; Tu, B.; Pang, Q.; Li, H.; Ren, X.; Wang, B. *; Li, Q.*
CrystEngComm, 16, 3082-3085 (2014).
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18. Metal–Organic Frameworks as Cathode Materials for Li–O2 Batteries
Wu, D.; Guo, Z.; Yin, X.; Pang, Q.; Tu, B.; Zhang, L.*; Wang Y.-G.*; Li, Q.*
Adv. Mater., 26, 3258-3262 (2014).
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17. Reversible and selective solvent adsorption in layered metal–organic frameworks by coordination control
Yin, X.; Chen, H.; Song, Y.; Wang, Y.; Li, Q.*; Zhang, L.*
Colloid Interf. Sci., 413, 175-182 (2014).
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16. Synthesis, structure and luminescence properties of metal-organic frameworks based on benzo-bis(imidazole)
Yin, X.; Song, Y.; Wang, Y.; Zhang, L.*; Li, Q.*
Sci. China, Chem., 57, 135-140 (2014). Special issue on Chemical Methodology
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15. Chiral porous metal–organic frameworks from chiral building units with different metrics
Li, Q.; Shin, S. M.; Moon, D.; Jeong, K. S.; Jeong, N.*
CrystEngComm, 15, 10161-10164 (2013).
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14. Encapsulation of polyoxometalates within layered metal–organic frameworks with topological and pore control
He, Z.; Pang, Q.; Rankine, D.; Sumby, C. J.; Zhang, L.*; Doonan, C. J.*; Li, Q.*
CrystEngComm, 15, 9340-9343 (2013). Themed issue on the structural design of coordination polymers
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13. Loop-containing One-dimensional Metal-Organic Frameworks from Flexible Betaine Linkers and Zinc Salts by Controlled Synthesis
Wu, D.; Wang, Y.; Li, Q.*, Zhang, L.*
Z. Naturforsch. B, 68b, 797-803 (2013).
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12. Distinct interpenetrated metal–organic frameworks constructed from crown ether-based strut analogue
Liu, L.; Wang. X.; Zhang, Q.; Li, Q.*, Zhao, Y.*
CrystEngComm, 15, 841-844 (2013).
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11. Solvothermal synthesis and characterization of coordination polymers of cobalt(II) and zinc(II) with succinic acid
Demir, S.*; Kantar G. K.; Topcu, Y.; Li, Q.
Transition Met. Chem., 37, 257-263 (2012).
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10. Nanoporous Carbohydrate Metal-Organic Frameworks
Forgan, R. S.; Smaldone, R. A.; Gassensmith, J. J.; Furukawa, H.; Cordes, D. B.; Li, Q.; Wilmer, C. E.; Botros, Y. Y.; Snurr, R. Q.; Slawin, A. M. Z.; Stoddart, J. F.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 134, 406-417 (2012).
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9. Metal–Organic Frameworks Incorporating Copper-Complexed Rotaxanes
Coskun, A.; Hmadeh, M.; Gokhan, B.; Gandara, F.; Li, Q.; Choi, E.; Strutt, N. L.; Cordes, D. B.; Slawin, A. M. Z.; Stoddart, J. F. *; Sauvage, J. P.*; Yaghi, O. M.*
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 51, 2160-2163 (2012).
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8. Near achiral metal–organic frameworks from conformationally flexible homochiral ligands resulted by the preferential formation of pseudo-inversion center in asymmetric unit
Jeong, K. S.; Lee, B. H.; Li, Q.; Choi, S. B.; Kim, J.; Jeong, N.*
CrystEngComm, 13, 1277-1279 (2011).
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7. Metal–organic frameworks with designed chiral recognition sites
Valente, C.; Choi, E.; Belowich, M. E.; Doonan, C. J.; Li, Q.; Gasa, T. B.; Botros, Y. Y.; Yaghi, O. M.*; Stoddart, J. F.*
Chem. Commun., 46, 4911-4913 (2010).
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6. A Metal-Organic Framework with Covalently Bound Organometallic Complexes
Oisaki, K.*; Li, Q.; Furukawa, H.; Czaja, A. U.; Yaghi, O. M.*
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 132, 9262-9264 (2010).
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5. A metal–organic framework replete with ordered donor–acceptor Catenanes
Li, Q.; Zhang, W.; Miljanić, O. Š.; Knobler, C. B.; Stoddart, J. F.*; Yaghi, O. M.*
Chem. Commun., 46, 380-382 (2010).
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4. A Catenated Strut in a Catenated Metal–Organic Framework
Li, Q.#; Sue, C.-H.#; Basu, S.; Shveyd, A. K.; Zhang, W.; Barin, G.; Fang, L.; Sarjeant, A.; Stoddart, J. F.*; Yaghi, O. M.*
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 49, 6751-6755 (2010). 
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3. Rigid-Strut-Containing Crown Ethers and [2]Catenanes for Incorporation into Metal–Organic Frameworks
Zhao, Y.-L.; Liu, L.; Zhang, W.; Sue, C.-H.; Li, Q.; Miljanić, O. Š.; Yaghi, O. M; Stoddart, J. F.*
Chem. Eur. J., 15, 13356-13380 (2009).
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2. Reticular Chemistry and Metal-Organic Frameworks for Clean Energy
Yaghi, O. M.*; Li, Q.
MRS Bull., 34, 682-690 (2009).
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1. Docking in Metal-Organic Frameworks
Li, Q.*; Zhang, W.*; Miljanić, O. Š.; Sue, C.-H.; Zhao, Y.-L.; Liu, L.; Knobler, C. B.; Stoddart, J. F.; Yaghi, O. M.
Science, 325, 855-859 (2009).