催化材料、催化反应、催化原位表征研究
Fundamental and Applied Catalysis: Catalytic Materials, Reactions and In-situ Spectroscopy
 

包信和 (XinHe Bao)
院士 研究员 博士生导师
(Professor, Ph.D.)

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Email: xhbao@dicp.ac.cn
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      包信和,1959年8月生于江苏省,扬中市,1978年入复旦大学化学系,1987年在该校物理化学专业获博士学位后留校任教,1989年获洪堡奖学金赴德国马普Fritz-Haber研究所从事合作研究,1995年回国,在中科院大连化物所催化基础国家重点实验室工作,被聘为研究员、博士生导师。
      曾任大连化物所所长(2000年8月至2007年3月);现任沈阳分院院长(自2009年3月),中国科技大学化学物理系系主任(自2003年3月);英国皇家化学会会士;应邀担任英国女王Belfast大学荣誉教授、香港中文大学和北京大学等院校客座教授;担任国家重点基础研究发展规划(“973”)“天然气、煤层气优化利用的催化基础”项目首席科学家;任J. Natural Gas Chem.主编,《科学通报》执行副主编,《催化学报》、《化学物理学报》和《物理化学学报》副主编,以及Surf. Sci.、Appl. Catal. A等13个国际、国内杂志编委;任第七届国际天然气转化大会主席、第四届国际碳催化会议主席,国际天然气转化理事会理事和6个其它国际系列会议学术委员。任第四届国家重点基础研究发展规划(“973”)专家顾问组成员。
      包信和研究员长期从事表面化学与催化基础和应用研究,在催化选择氧化、界面和纳米催化以及甲烷催化活化等理论和实践中取得了系统、深入、具有创新意义的成果:首次发现了次表层氧对银催化氧化的增强效应,揭示出次表层结构调变表面催化的规律;发现了碳-氢键选择活化新过程,实现了甲烷芳构化理论和技术的新突破。近年来,包信和研究员带领的研究团队研制和开发了多种原位、动态催化研究方法,如原位高压NMR、动态光发射电子显微镜PEEM等,发现并从理论上证实了碳纳米管的限域效应,提出了纳米催化体系的“协同束缚”概念,成功研制出CO脱除和合成气高效转化催化剂。其取得的理论和实验成果在国际、国内相关领域形成了重要影响。他所带领的团队在纳米催化和碳催化方面的研究已成为国际相关领域的重要团队。已发表SCI论文322篇,论文被他引2270余次;多次被邀请在国际系列会议上作大会邀请报告和主皆报告。申请专利51件(其中授权20件);获国家教委科技进步二等奖和国家自然科学二等奖等。
      Ph.D. degree from Fudan University in 1987. 1989-1995,Fritz-Haber-Institut as an AvH fellow, where he worked with Prof. G. Ertl and Prof. R. Schloegl in the fields of surface chemistry and catalysis. In 1995, he returned and took a full Professor position at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics and became the institute director in 2000.
      Prof. Xinhe Bao’s research interests include surface science, metallic and porous catalytic materials, dynamic catalysis, fundamental topics of catalysis and the applications. Involved in many national key projects, Professor Bao’s recent work mainly includes: the preparation, characterization and application of metallic catalysts and nano-sized zeolites; the in-situ and dynamic observation on reactions for the self –assembly on metal surfaces and its non-linear dynamics; a detailed study on the controlled synthesis and structural characterization of nano-sized Ag and Rh particles and their applications in the catalytic oxidation of CO, the selective conversion of Syn-Gas and theselective oxidation of methane. As a partner group of the CAS-MPG Nano-Catalysis Project, Professor Bao’s group has also explored the synthesis, characterization and performance of porous carbon materials in cooperation with Professor G. Ertl and Professor R. Schlogl. An NMR probe for high pressure and temperature reactions is under development, which together with a multi-functional STM (XPS, UPS, HREELS, PEEM, STM and AFM) will be set up in his laboratory before the end of this year.
      Professor Bao Xinhe has published over 180 papers and filed 15 patents at home and abroad. Prof. Bao was invited to be an executive committee member of the Chinese Society of Chemistry and a committee member of fundamental research in the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Natural Gas Chemistry; Editors of the Chinese Journal of Catalysis, Surface Science, Cattech and the Chinese Journal of Chemistry.

 
代表性文章 REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS
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Wei Chen, Zhongli Fan, Xiulian Pan, Xinhe Bao, Effect of the confinement in carbon nanotubes on the activity of Fischer-Tropsch iron catalyst, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 130(2008)(29)9414-9419

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Junming Sun and Xinhe Bao, Textural Manipulation of Mesoporous Materials for Hosting of Metallic Nanocatalysts, Chemistry-A European Journal (Concept article), (2008)(14)7478-7488

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Xiulian Pan, Zhongli Fan, Wei Chen, Yunjie Ding, Hongyuan Luo And Xinhe Bao, Enhanced Ethanol Production Inside Carbon-Nanotube Reactors Containing Catalytic Particles, Nature Materials, 6(2007)507-511
4. Xucun Ma, Peng Jiang, Yun Qi, Jinfeng Jia, Yu Yang, Wenhui Duan, Wei-Xue Li, Xinhe Bao, S. B. Zhang and Qi-Kun Xue, Experimental observation of quantum oscillation of surface chemical reactivities, P. NATL ACAD SCI USA (PNAS), 104(22), 9204-9208 (2007)
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Wei Chen, Xiulian Pan, Xinhe Bao,Tuning of redox properties of iron and iron oxides via encapsulation within carbon nanotubes, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 129 (23), 7421-7426 (2007)