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Mong Liang 教授近照 
Title: Professor
Education: Ph.D., Kansas State University
Research Area: Organometallics, Polymer Chemistry
Tel: 886-5-271-7952

e-mail: mliang@mail.ncyu.edu.tw  

Research Interests:

     Our research emphasizes on theme of synthetic macromolecular in organic and inorganic chemistry. In particular, we are interested in the design and synthesis of telechelic macromolecules and oligomers that could undergo thermal curing reactions to afford new polymer materials with improved thermal 、 electrical and flammability properties; or they could be used as a block polymer precursor for new material developments. The research goal is aimed to meet the never-end requests of faster transportation speed 、 higher circuit density and lighter weight of electronic devices for next generation products. Currently, several new types of telechelic polymers have been successfully developed in our laboratory and the reactivity 、 polymerization behavior 、 structure/property relationship correlation and physical 、 chemical properties of the curing products are under investigations. It is anticipated that this research will provide valuable insight into the relationship between polymerization behavior and structure in thermosetting systems and would provide students with a broad training in synthesis and characterization techniques in organic, inorganic and polymer chemistry.

Publications:

  1. Synthesis and Characterization of N-Substituted Polyether-Block-Amide Copolymers. Ye, J. Y.; Peng, K. F.; Zhang, Y. N.; Huang, S. Y.; Liang, M.* Materials. 2021, 14, 773.
  2. Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Thermo- and pH-responsive Antitumor Drug Carrier Through Reversible AdditionFragmentation Chain Transfer Polymerization. Wang, Y. M.; Zheng, S. X.; Chang, H. I.; H.Y. Tsai, H. Y.; Liang, M.* Express Polym. Lett. 2017, 11, 293-307.
  3. Radical and Atom Transfer Halogenation (RATH): A Facile Route for Chemical and Polymer Functionalization. Han, Y. J.; Lin, C. Y.; Liang, M.; Liu, Y. L. Macromol. Rapid. Commun. 2016, 37, 845-850.
  4. Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) Based Blends, Composites and Nanocomposites. Visakh, P. M.; Liang, M. Eds. Elsevier & William Andrew Applied Science Publishers, ISBN:9780323313063, 2015.
  5. Dual-responsive polymer-drug nanoparticles for drug delivery. Liang, M.*;Yang, T. M.; Chang, H. P.; Wang, Y. M. Reac. Func. Polym. 2015, 86, 27-36.
  6. Synthesis and properties of new water-soluble aliphatic hyperbranched poly(amino acids) with high pH-dependence photoluminescene. Shiau, S. F.; Juang, T. Y.*; Chou, H. W.; Liang, M.* Polymer, 2013, 44, 623-630.
  7. Synthesis, characterization and thermal properties of functionalized poly(2.6-dimethyl-1,4 phenylene oxide)s containing ethylenic, aldehydric, hydroxyl and acrylate pendant groups. Lin, Y. C.; Feng, H. C.; Yang, M. S.; Yu, H. A.; Huang, C. C.; Liang, M.* Polym. Int. 2012, 61, 719-726.
  8. Synthesis,  characterization of a new polymer-drug conjugate with pH-induced activity. Chang, H. P.; Chen, J. Y.; Zhong, P. S.; Chang, Y. H.; Liang, M.* Polymer. 2012, 53, 3498-3507.
  9. Liang, M.* (2011) “Polyphenylene Oxide” Chap 2 in: Handbook of Engineering and Specialty Thermoplastics, Vol. 3: Polyethers and Polyesters. p.15-53. Sabu, T.; Visakh, P.M., Eds. John Wiley & Scrivener Publishing, ISBN: 9780470639269, Pub Date:06/15/2011 (Invited Chapter).
  10. The synthesis, characterization and antibacterial activity of quaternized poly(2.6-dimethyl-1,4 phenylene oxide)s modified with ammonium and phosphonium salts. Chang, H. I.; Yang, M. S.; Liang, M.* Reac. Func. Polym. 2010, 70, 944-950.
  11. Preparation, characterization and curing properties of epoxy-terminated poly(2.6-dimethyl-1,4 phenylene oxide)s. Su, C. T.; Lin, K. U.; Lee, T. J.; Liang, M.* Eur. Polym. J.  2010, 46, 1488-1497.
  12. Synthesis and Characterization of Poly(phenylene oxide) Graft Copolymers by Atom Transfer Radical Polymerizations. Liang, M.*; Jhuang, Y. J.; Zhang, C. F.; Tsai, W. J.; Feng, H. C. Eur. Polym. J. 2009, 45, 2348-2357.
  13. New manganese catalyzed regiocontrolled synthesis of poly(2,5-dialkyl-1,4-phenylene oxide)s. Lin, K. Y.; Su, C. T.; Wang, L. J.; Huang, C. L.; Liang, M.* J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 2009, 111, 1501-1507.
  14. Poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) (PPO) multi-bonded carbon nanotube (CNT): preparation and formation of PPO/CNT nanocomposites. Liu , Y. L.; Chang Y. H.; Liang, M. Polymer. 2008, 49, 5405–5409.
  15. Synthesis, Structures and Thermal Properties of New Class Epoxide-terminated Telechelic Poly(2,6-dimethyl- 1,4-phenylene oxide)s. Lee, T.J.; Fang, Y.D.; Yuan, W.G.; Wei, K.M.; Liang, M.* Polymer, 2007, 48, 734-742
  16. Synthesis of New Thermosetting Poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) Containing Epoxide Pendant Groups. Huang, C.C.; Yang, M. S. ; Liang, M.* ; J Polym Sci Part A: Polym Chem 2006. 44, 5875-5886.
  17. Regioselective Substitution Reactions of Sulfur(VI)-Nitrogen-Ohosphorus Rings: Reactions of the Halogenated Cyclic Thionylphosphazenes[NSOX(NPCl 2 ) 2 ] (X=Cl or F) with Oxygen-Based Nucleophiles. Gates, D; Park, P.; Liang, M.; Edwards, M.; Angelakos, C.; Liable-Sands, L.; Rheingold, A.;Manners, I. Inorg. Chem.. 1996 , 35 , 4301-4309.
  18. Polymers with Sulfur(VI)-Nitrogen-Phosphorus Backbones: Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties of Atactic Poly [ (amino)thionylphosphazenes ] . Ni, Y; Stammer, A.; Liang, M.; Massey, J.; Vansco, G.J.; Manners, I. Macromolecules. 1996 , 29 , 3401-3408.
  19. A New Method of Preparing Poly(benzo [ c ] thiophene) Composite Films with Poly(methyl methacrylate).” Liang, M.; Lee, C.C.; Chen , S.A. Makromol. Chem., Rapid Commun . 1993, 14 , 761-764.
  20. Crystal Structure of A( m -Bis(carbene)) Dimetal Complex of Tungsten.” Rogers , R.D.; Macomber, D.W.; Liang, M.; J. Crystallogr. Spectro. Res . 1993 , 23(8) , 623.
  21. Synthesis, Glass Transition Behavior and Solution Characterization of Poly [ (aroxy)thionylphosphazenes ] with Halogen Substituents at Sulfur.” Ni, Y; Stammer, A.; Liang, M.; Massey, J.; Vansco, G.J.; Manners, I. Macromolecules. 1992 , 25 , 7119-7125.
  22. Ring-Opening Polymerization as A Route to New Inorganic Macromolecules.” Liang, M.; Waddling, C.; Honeyman, C.; Foucher, D.; Manners I. Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon . 1992 , 64 , 113.
  23. Poly(thionylphosphazenes): A New Class of Inorganic Polymers with Skeletal Phosphorus, Nitrogen, and Sulfur (VI) Atoms.” Liang, M.; Manners, I . J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991 , 113 , 4044. See also Chem. Eng. News, 1991 , 69(19) , 24.
  24. Inorganic Rings as Precursors to Inorganic Polymers and Macrocycles.” Liang, M.; Foucher, D.; Manners, I. Polymers Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Polym. Chem. ) 1992 , 33(1) , 1134.
  25. Poly(thinoylphosphazenes): A New class of Inorganic Polymers with Backbones of Phosphorus, Nitrogen, and Sulfur (VI) Atoms.” Liang, M.; Waddliang, C, Manners, I. Polymer Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc. Div. Polym. Chem. ) 1991 , 32(2) ,487.
  26. Poly(thionylphosphazenes) with Fluorine Substituents at Sulfur: A New Class of Inorganic Fluoropolymers.” Liang, M.; Manners, I. Makromol. Chem. Rapid Comm. 1991 , 12 , 613.
  27. Coupling High-Valent Metals with p -donor Ligands: Ortho- and Paraphenylenediimido Ditungsten Complexes.” Maatta, E.A.; Liang, M., Inorg. Chem. 1992 , 31 , 953.
  28. Synthesis and Structures of ( m -Bis(carbene)) Dimetallic Complexes of Chromium and Tungsten.” Macomber, D.W.; Hung, M.H.; Madhukar, P.; Liang, M.; Rogers , R.D. Organometallics , 1991 , 10 ,737.
  29. Synthesis and Reactivity of the a , b -Unsaturated Tungsten Carbene Complexes (CO)5W [ C(OC 3)CH=CH2] .” Macomber, D.W.; Liang, M.; Madhukar P.; Verma, A.G. J. Organomet. Chem. 1989 , 361 ,187.
  30. Synthesis and Reactivity of Di-tungsten m -Carbene Complexes: X-Ray Crystal Structure of W2(CO)9[ m -h1 , h3 C(OCH3 )C=CH(CH2)5CH2 ] .” Macomber, D.W.; Liang, M.; Rogers , R.D. Organometallics, 1988 , 7 , 416.
  31. New Organometallic Polymers Containing Tungsten Carbene Complexes.” Macomber, D.W.; Hung, M.H.; Liang, M.; Verma, A.G.;Madhukar, P. Macromolecules , 1988 , 21 , 1187.








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