Dr. Olguín Talavera Juan

   
           

Doctorado:

Doctorado: University of Otago, Dunedin, Nueva Zelanda (Prof. Sally Brooker)

Posdoctorados:

University of Otago, Nueva Zelanda (2011, Prof. Sally Brooker)

University College Dublin, Dublín, Irlanda (2012-2014, Prof. Martin Albrecht)

Cinvestav (2015-2016, Prof. Ángeles Paz-Sandoval)


 Tel: 5747-3746
 
jolguin@cinvestav.mx

 

 

Lineas de Investigación:

Q. Coordinación: Diseño y síntesis de ligantes polidentados cíclicos y aciclicos basados en heterociclos y sus compuestos de coordinación con metales de transición. Síntesis de complejos heterometálicos multinucleares para aplicaciones en catálisis.

 Magnetoquímica: Complejos con propiedades de entrecruzamiento de espín (spin crossover) y con propiedades de tautomería de valencia, multinucleares y poliméricos, para la construcción de nano-dispositivos, sensores y aplicaciones biomédicas.

Q. Organometálica: Síntesis de complejos derivados de carbeno N-heterocíclicos y sus aplicaciones en reacciones catalíticas relevantes (transferencia de hidrógeno, oxidaciones catalíticas, activación de enlaces inertes).

Nanodispositivos y sensores multifuncionales a partir de polímeros de coordinación y redes metal-orgánicas (MOFs)

 

Cambio en la susceptibilidad magnética de un compuesto dinuclear de hierro(II) al variar la temperatura (T) al ocurrir un evento SCO con histéresis (figura izquierda) y representación esquemática en el cambio de volumen de un complejo de hierro(II) al pasar del estado de AS (mayor volumen) al BS (menor volumen, figura derecha).

 

Capítulos de libros

1. Olguín, Juan; Brooker, Sally (2013); Spin crossover in discrete polynuclear complexes, in Spin-Crossover materials: properties and applications (ed. M. A. Halcrow). John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Oxford, UK, doi: 10.1002/9781118519301.ch3

Artículos publicados en revistas internacionales (autor correspondiente) :

 

20) Olguín, J.; Díaz-Fernández M.; de la Cruz-Cruz, J. I., Paz-Sandoval, M.A., Mixed heteropentadienyl and N-heterocyclic carbene ruthenium(II) complexes: Synthesis and transfer hydrogenation catalysis, Journal of Organometallic. Chemistry (2016), 824, 33-31, DOI : 10.1016/ j.jorganchem.2016.09.031.

19) Leigh, V.; Carleton, D.; Olguin, J.; Mueller-Bunz, H.; Wright, L. J.; Albrecht, M., Solvent-Dependent Switch of Ligand Donor Ability and Catalytic Activity of Ruthenium(II) Complexes Containing Pyridinylidene Amide (PYA) N-heterocyclic Carbene Hybrid Ligands, Inorganic Chemistry (2014), 53, (15), 8054–8060, DOI: 10.1021/ic501026k.

18) Olguín, J.; Müller-Bunz, H.; Albrecht, M.; Springloaded porphyrin NHC hybrid rhodium(III) complexes for carbene dissociation and oxidation catalysis, Chemical Communications (2014), 50, 3488--3490, DOI: 10.1039/c4cc00497c.

17) Kulmaczewski, R.; Olguín, J.; Kitchen, J. A.; Feltham, H. L. C.; Jameson, G. N. L.; Tallon, J. L.; Brooker, S.; Remarkable scan rate dependence for a highly constrained dinuclear iron(II) spin crossover complex with wide thermal hysteresis loop, Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014) 136 (3), pp 878–881, DOI: 10.1021/ja411563x

16) Kitchen, J. A.; Olguín, J.; Kulmaczewski, R.; White, N. G.; Milway, V. A.; Jameson, G. N. L.; Tallon, J. L.; Brooker, S.; Effect of N 4-Substituent Choice on Spin Crossover in Dinuclear Iron (II) Complexes of Bis-Terdentate 1, 2, 4-Triazole-Based Ligands. Inorganic Chemistry, (2013), 52, 11185-11199, DOI: 10.1021/ic4014416.

15) Olguín, J.; Bernès, S.; Gasque, L.; Fluoride ion as ligand and hydrogen bond acceptor: Crystal Structures of Two Dinuclear CuII Complexes Built on a Diazecine Template, Crystals (2012), 2, 1357-1365; doi:10.3390/cryst2031357.

14) Gobeze, W. A.; Milway, V. A.; Olguín, J.; Jameson, G. N. L.; Brooker, S.; Nine diiron(II) complexes of three bis-tetradentate pyrimidine based ligands with NCE (E = S, Se, BH3) coligands, Inorganic Chemistry (2012), 51, 9056-9065. doi.org/10.1021/ic3012052

13) Miller, R. G.; Jameson, G. N. L.; Olguín, J.; Brooker, S.; Synthesis and characterisation of two high spin iron(II) complexes of 3,4-diphenyl-5-(2-pyridyl)-1,2,4-triazole, Supramolecular Chemistry (special issue for ISMSC-7, refereed as usual), (2012), 24, 547-552. DOI:10.1080/10610278.2012.691608

 12) Olguín, J.; Kalisz, M.; Clérac, R.; Brooker, S.; Di- and tetra-nuclear copper(II), nickel(II), and cobalt(II) complexes of four bis-tetradentate triazole-based ligands: synthesis, structure, and magnetic properties. Inorganic Chemistry (2012), 51 (9), 5058–5069, DOI: 10.1021/ic202537c. Second most downloaded paper in this journal in April, the sixth most read paper in this journal April-June 2012 and is in top 20 most read papers in this journal in the twelve months to 1 May.

11) Cowan, M. G.; Olguín, J.; Narayanaswamy, S..; Tallon, J. L.; Brooker, S.; Reversible switching of a cobalt complex by thermal, pressure, and electrochemical stimuli: Abrupt, complete, hysteretic spin crossover. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012), 134, 2892-2894 Front cover feature DOI: 10.1021/ja208429u.

10) Olguín, J.; Jameson, G. N. L.; Brooker, S.; Two mononuclear iron(II) complexes of 4-phenylpyrazole-5-carbaldehyde derived ligands are stabilised in different spin states. RSC Advances (2011), 1, 52–57. DOI: 10.1039/c1ra00190f.

9) Olguín, J.; Jameson, G. N. L.; Brooker, S.; Two dinuclear iron(II) complexes K[Fe2(L1)(SCN)4]·2(C3H8O) and [Fe2(L1)(SeCN)3(C5H5N)]·H2O are stabilised in the [HS-LS] state by a bis-tetradentate pyrazolate-based ligand, Dalton Transactions (2011), 40, 5086-5089. DOI: 10.1039/c0dt01391a.

8) Olguín, J.; Brooker, S.; Synthesis of 3- and 5-formyl-4-phenyl-1H-pyrazoles: promising head units for the generation of asymmetric imine ligands and mixed metal polynuclear complexes, New Journal of Chemistry (2011), 35, 1242–1253. Cover feature. DOI 10.1039/c0nj00774a.

7) Olguín, J.; Brooker, S.; Spin crossover active iron(II) complexes of selected pyrazole-pyridine/pyrazine ligands, Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2011), 255, 203-240. DOI 10.1016/j.ccr.2010.08.002.

6) Noble, A.; Olguín, J.; Clérac, R.; Brooker, S.; Doubly Pyrazolate-Bridged Dinuclear Complexes of a Highly Constrained Bis-terdentate Ligand: Observation of a [High Spin-Low Spin] State for [FeII2(PMAP)2][SbF6]2 2.25(C3H8O) (PMAP = 3,5-bis{[N-(2-pyridylmethyl)amino]-methyl}-1H-pyrazolate), Inorganic Chemistry (2010), 49, 4560–4569. DOI:10.1071/CH09614.

5) Olguín, J.; Castillo, A.; Gomez-Vidales, V.; Hernandez-Ortega, S.; Toscano, R. A.; Munoz, E.; Castillo, I.; Construction of acetate-bridged dicopper(II) hybrid organic-inorganic networks with calix[4]arene-derived nitrogenous ligands, Supramolecular Chemistry (2009), 21(6), 502-509.

4) Gasque, L.; Ugalde-Saldívar, V. M.; Membrillo, I.; Olguín, J.; Mijangos, E.; Bernès, S.; González, I.; A dicopper complex with distant metal centers. Structure, magnetic properties, electrochemistry and catecholase activity, Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry (2008), 102(5-6), 1227-1235.

3) Olguín, J.; Lima Vazquez, H.; Rubio, A.; Hernandez-Ortega, S.; Guadarrama, P.; Castillo, I.; Conformational Preferences of Bispicolyl-p-tert-butylcalix[4]arene Anions: Synthesis of Cone and Partial-cone Conformers of Bispicolyl-bis-(tert-butoxycarbonyl)methoxy-p-tert-butylcalix[4]arene, Supramolecular Chemistry (2007), 19(8), 587-597.

2) Olguín, J.; Gomez-Vidal, V.; Munoz, E.; Toscano, R. A.; Castillo, I.; Self-assembly of a hybrid organic-inorganic dicopper(II) coordination polymer with a calix[4]arene-derived nitrogenous ligand. Inorganic Chemistry Communications (2006), 9(11), 1096-1098.

1) Olguín, J.; Bernes, S.; Gasque, L.; [mu-2,8-Dimethyl-5,11-bis (dimethylaminoethyl)-1,4,5,6,7,10,11,12-octahydrodiimidazo[4,5-h;4,5-c][1,6]diazecine] bis[acetatoaquacopper(II)] diacetate hexahydrate, Acta Crystallographica, Section E: Structure Reports Online (2005), E61(2), m274-m276.

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