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Michał Białek

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Department of Chemistry, University of Wrocław,
14 F. Joliot-Curie St.
50-383 Wrocław, POLAND


(48)(71)3757007 (room 1065, office)
(48)(71)3757629 (room 1072, lab)



Research Interests

Carbaporphyrin (mainly azuliporphyrinoid systems) coordination chemistry with catalytically active metal ions. Supramolecular and coordination assemblies and intermolecular interactions.

Profiles: ResearchGate, Google Scholar

Selected Papers

Białek, M. J.; Sprutta, N.; Latos-Grażyński, L. Coordination-Induced Molecular Tweezing – Ruthenium Clusters Docked at Azuliporphyrinogens. Inorg. Chem. 2016, 55, 12061.

Białek, M. J.; Latos-Grażyński, L. Palladium(II), Ruthenium(II) and Ruthenium(III) Complexes of 23-thiaazuliporphyrin. The Case of Coordination-induced Contraction. Inorg. Chem. 201655, 1758.

Białek, M. J.; Białońska, A.; Latos-Grażyński, L. Oxidation and Oxygenation of Carbonyl Ruthenium(II) Azuliporphyrin. Inorg. Chem. 201554, 6184.

Zaręba, J. K.; Białek, M. J.; Janczak, J.; Zoń, J.; Dobosz, A. Extending the Family of Tetrahedral Tectons: Phenyl Embraces in Supramolecular Polymers of Tetraphenylmethane-based Tetraphosphonic Acid Templated by Organic Bases Cryst. Growth Des. 201414, 6143.

Białek, M. J.; Latos-Grażyński, L. Merging of inner and outer ruthenium organometallic coordination motifs within an azuliporphyrin framework Chem. Commun. 201450, 9270.

Białek, M. J.; Zaręba,  J. K.; Janczak, J.; Zoń, J. Chains, Layers, Channels, and More: Supramolecular Chemistry of Potent Diphosphonic Tectons with Tuned Flexibility. The Generation of Pseudopolymorphs, Polymorphs, and Adducts Cryst. Growth Des. 201313, 4039.

Białek, M.; Janczak, J.; Zoń, J. Naphthalene-based linkers for metal phosphonates. Synthesis, structure, and interesting conformational flexibility influence on final lanthanum hybrids CrystEngComm 201315, 390.

Zoń, J.; Garczarek, P.; Białek, M. Synthesis of Phosphonic Acids and Their Esters as Possible Substrates for Reticular Chemistry In Metal Phosphonate Chemistry. From Synthesis to Applications, Clearfield, A.; Demadis, K., eds. RSC Publishing, Cambridge, 2012, pp. 170-191.

(See the complete publication list of our group.)