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程津培    教授  中国科学院院士

Prof. Jin-Pei Cheng (J.-P. Cheng)


1981             MS, Nankai University


Academician, Chinese Academy of Sciences 
Professor of State Key Laboratory of Elemento-organic 
Chemistry, Nankai University

Postdoctoral, Duke University, USA
PhD, Northwestern University, USA

(1) Physical Organic Chemistry
(2) Mechanism of asymmetric catalysis



2005年  获香港何梁何利基金会“何梁何利科技进步奖”
2012年  获中国化学会-中国石油化工股份有限公司“化学贡献奖”
2013年  获中国化学会“物理有机化学成就奖”


  1. Mechanism and selectivity of bio-inspired novel cinchona alkaloid derivatives catalyzed asymmetricolefin isomerization: a computational study, X. Xue, X. Li, A. Yu, C. Yang, C. Song, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013135, 7462–7473.
  2. Standard pKa scales of carbon-centered indicator acids in ionic liquids: effect of media and structural implication, H. Deng, X. Li, Y. Chu, J. Q. He, J.-P. Cheng, J. Org. Chem201277, 7291-7298.
  3. Asymmetric supramolecular primary amine catalysis in aqueous buffer: connections of selective recognition and asymmetric catalysis, S. S. Hu, J.-Y. Li, J.-F. Xiang, J. Pan, S.-Z. Luo, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010132, 7216–7228.
  4. Hydride, hydrogen atom, proton, and electron transfer driving forces of various five-membered heterocyclic organic hydrides and their reaction intermediates in acetonitrile, X.-Q. Zhu, M.-T. Zhang, A. Yu, C.-H. Wang, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008130, 2501–2516.
  5. A simple primary-tertiary Diamine-Bronsted acid catalyst for asymmetric direct aldol reactions of linear aliphatic ketones, S.-Z. Luo, H. Xu, J.-Y. Li, L. Zhang, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc2007, 129, 3074-3075.
  6. A facile experimental method to determine the hydride affinity of polarized olefins in acetonitrile, X.-Q. Zhu, M. Zhang, Q.-Y. Liu, X.-X. Wang, J.-Y. Zhang, J.-P. Cheng, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed2006, 45, 3954-3957.
  7. Functionalized chiral ionic liquids as highly efficient asymmetric organocatalysts for michael addition to nitroolefins, S.-Z. Luo, X.-L. Mi, L. Zhang, S. Liu, H. Xu, J.-P. Cheng, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed2006, 45, 3093-3097.
  8. Determination of N-NO bond dissociation energies of N-methyl-N-nitrosobenzenesulfonamides in acetonitrile and application in the mechanism analyses on NO transfer, X.-Q. Zhu, W.-F. Hao, H. Tang, C.-H. Wang, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc2005, 127, 2696-2708..
  9. First estimation of C4-H bond dissociation energies of NADH and its radical cation in aqueous solution, X.-Q. Zhu, Y. Yang, M. Zhang, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc2003, 125, 15298-15299.
  10. Dissociation energies and charge distribution of CO-NO bond for nitrosyl-alpha, beta, gamma, deta-tetraphenylporphinatocobalt (II) and nitrosyl-alpha, beta, gamma, deta-tetraphenylporphinatocobalt (III) in benzonitrile solution, X.-Q. Zhu, Q. Li, W.-F. Hao, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc2002, 124, 9887-9893.
  11. NO affinities of S-nitrosothiols: A direct experimental and computational investigation of RS-NO bond dissociation energies, J.-M. Lu, K. Wang, J. M. Wittbrodt, Z. Wen, H. B. Schlegel, P. G. Wang, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc2001, 123, 2903-2904.
  12. Homolytic cleavage energies of R-H bonds centered on carbon atoms of high electronegativity: the first general observations of O-type variation on C-H BDEs and its implication for the governing factors leading to the distinct O/S Patterns of radical subst, J.-P. Cheng, B. Liu, Y.-Y. Zhao, Z. Wen, Y.-K. Sun, J. Am. Chem. Soc2000, 122, 9987-9992.
  13. Equilibrium acidities and homolytic bond dissociation energies of the acidic N-H bonds in hydrazines and hydrazides, Y. Zhao, F. G. Bordwell, J.-P. Cheng, D. Wang, J. Am. Chem. Soc1997, 119, 9125-9129. 
  14. Assessment of the importance of the changes in ground-state energies on the BDEs of the O-H bonds in phenols and the S-H bonds in thiophenols, F. G. Bordwell, X.-M. Zhang, A. V. Satish, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc1994, 116, 6605-6610.
  15. Hydride affinities of carbenium ions in acetonitrile and dimethylsulfoxide solutions, J.-P. Cheng, K. L. Handoo, V. D. Parker, J. Am. Chem. Soc1993, 115, 2655-2660.
  16. Heterolysis, homolysis, and cleavage energies for some carbon-sulfur bonds, S. Venimadhavan, K. Amarnath, N. G. Harvey, J.-P. Cheng, E. M. Arnett, J. Am. Chem. Soc1992, 114, 221-229.
  17. Bond dissociation energies in DMSO related to gas phase, F. G. Bordwell, J.-P. Cheng, G.-Z. Ji, A. V. Satish, X. Zhang, J. Am. Chem. Soc1991, 113, 9790-9795.
  18. Substituent effects on stabilities of phenoxyl radicals and the acidities of phenoxyl radical cations, F. G. Bordwell, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc1991, 113, 1736-1743.
  19. Chemical bond-making, bond-breaking, and electron transfer in solution, E. M. Arnett, K. Amarnath, N. G. Harvey, J.-P. Cheng, Science1990, 247, 423-430.
  20. Determination and interrelation of bond heterolysis and homolysis energies in solution, E. M. Arnett, K. Amarnath, N. G. Harvey, J.-P. Cheng, J. Am. Chem. Soc1990, 112, 344-355.