June 7, 2022

Our latest publication entitled "Porous Polyisothiocyanurates for Selective Palladium Recovery and Heterogeneous Catalysis" is just accepted for publication in Chem, Cell Press. 

In this study, we reported porous polyisothiocyanurates bearing in situ-generated thiourea binding sites as sorbents for Pd(II) combining high uptake capacity, fast kinetics, and stability under acidic conditions with high selectivity and as ideal hosts for Pd nanoparticles to form highly efficient heterogeneous catalysts for the Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling reaction. This research has been funded by NCCR Catalysis

Congratulations to Kyung Seob for his excellent work!