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Creation of two French-Chinese International Associated Laboratories in chemistry

15.12.2008
CNRS and its French partners have just signed into existence two International Associated Laboratories (LIA) with China: the Matériaux organophosphorés fonctionnels laboratory and the French-Chinese catalysis laboratory.

CNRS, Université de Rennes 1 and Zhengzhou University (in Henan province) have created the International Associated Laboratory "Matériaux organophosphorés fonctionnels" (LIA MOF).

This LIA brings together the Sciences chimiques de Rennes (1) laboratory and a Chinese laboratory, International Phosphorus Laboratory, which is already headed by a CNRS researcher, François Mathey. The objective of the association is to synthesize new phosphorus compounds for future developments in plastic electronics (flat screens, cellphones...).

The two teams involved in the project have complementary know-how in thie field: François Mathey's team in Zhengzhou has vast experience in the synthesis, property analysis and reactivity of complex phosphorus derivatives. Régis Réau's team in Rennes has expertise in the synthesis and physico-chemical study of polymers and metal compounds incorporating phosphorus units. Their association will enable the LIA to move into a leading position internationally in this rapidly evolving research field.

The French Chinese catalysis laboratory is also becoming an International Associated Laboratory, called LIA LFCC. This LIA brings together CNRS, Université Claude Bernard of Lyon-Lyon 1, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP, Chinese Academy of Science) and a Chinese industrial partner, the Research Institute of Petroleum Processing (RIPP). This LIA involves three main partners: the State Key Laboratory of Catalysis in Dalian, the RIPP laboratory in Beijing and the Institut de recherches sur la catalyse et l'environnement de Lyon (IRCELYON, CNRS / Université de Lyon 1). The research concerns catalysis for energy and hydrotreatment.

(1) CNRS / Université Rennes 1 / Ecole nationale supérieure de chimie de Rennes / INSA Rennes joint unit

Julien Guillaume | alfa
Further information:
http://www.cnrs.fr

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