Professor Pingyun Feng joins the Dalton Transactions Editorial Board

We are delighted to announce the recent appointment of Professor Pingyun Feng to the Dalton Transactions Editorial Board as Associate Editor.

Professor Feng is based at the University of California, Riverside, and is an expert in the fields of synthetic inorganic chemistry, solid-state chemistry, inorganic–organic hybrid materials and nanomaterials.

When joining us, Professor Feng said:

“As an inorganic materials chemist, it is great to have the opportunity to work with such a great team at Dalton Transactions and to contribute my knowledge and efforts to the journal’s continued success. It is particularly gratifying to see that the journal has become the first choice for many inorganic materials chemists to publish their high-quality work. We owe it to our authors and readers to further increase the visibility and impact of their research by rapidly publishing their best works.”

Professor Pingyun FengRecent articles by Professor Feng in Dalton Transactions include:

From cage-in-cage MOF to N-doped and Co-nanoparticle-embedded carbon for oxygen reduction reaction
Aiguo Kong, Chengyu Mao, Qipu Lin, Xiao Wei, Xianhui Bu and
Pingyun Feng
Dalton Trans., 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C4DT03726J

Lithium cubane clusters as tetrahedral, square planar, and linear nodes for supramolecular assemblies
Xiang Zhao, Tao Wu, Xianhui Bu and Pingyun Feng
Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 3902-3905

A twelve-connected porous framework built from rare linear cadmium tricarboxylate pentamer
Qipu Lin, Tao Wu, Xianhui Bu and Pingyun Feng
Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 3620-3622

Induction of trimeric [Mg3(OH)(CO2)6] in a porous framework by a desymmetrized tritopic ligand
Quanguo Zhai, Qipu Lin, Tao Wu, Shou-Tian Zheng, Xianhui Bu and Pingyun Feng
Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 2866-2868

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