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Water-Enhanced CO2 Capture with Molecular Salt Sodium Guanidinate

June 4, 2024
Hayden Evans, Marcus Carter, Wei Zhou, Taner N. Yildirim, Craig Brown, Hui Wu
Solid-state amine absorbent materials, including those containing guanidine derivatives, have received tremendous attention as the world combats the challenges of climate change. Although these materials are attractive for their selective CO2 capture

Observation of Interpenetrated Topology Isomerism for Covalent Organic Frameworks with Atom-resolution Single Crystal Structures

November 9, 2023
Baoqiu Yu, Wenliang Li, Jing-Hong Li, Rui-Biao Lin, Hailong Wang, Xu Ding, Yucheng Jin, Xiya Yang, Hui Wu, Wei Zhou, Jingping Zhang, Jianzhuang Jiang
Rational control and understanding of isomerism are of significance but still remain a great challenge in reticular frameworks in particular for covalent organic frameworks (COFs) due to the complicated synthesis and energy factors. Herein, reaction of 3,3

Sodium Carbazolide and Derivatives as Solid-State Electrolytes for Sodium-Ion Batteries

June 26, 2023
Yang Yu, Jintao Wang, Zhaoxian Qin, Yingtong Lv, Qijun Pei, Khai C. Tan, Tengfei Zhang, Anan Wu, Hui Wu, Andrew S. Lipton, Ping Chen
Replacing widely used organic liquid electrolytes with solid-state electrolytes (SSEs) could effectively solve the safety issues in sodium-ion batteries. Efforts on seeking novel solid-state electrolytes have been continued for decades. However, issues

Thermal Polymorphism in CsCB11H12

March 1, 2023
Radovan Cerny, Matteo Brighi, Hui Wu, Wei Zhou, Mirjana Dimitrievska, Fabrizio Murgia, Valerio Gulino, Petra de Jongh, Benjamin Trump, Terrence J. Udovic
Thermal polymorphism in the alkali-metal salts incorporating the icosohedral monocarba-hydridoborate anion, CB11H12, results in intriguing dynamical properties leading to superionic conductivity for the lightest alkali-metal analogues, LiCB11H12 and

Characterizing the ZrBe 2 H x Phase Diagram via Neutron Scattering Methods

January 1, 2023
Hui Wu, Wei Zhou, Terrence J. Udovic, Jr. Bowman, Bjorn C. Hauback
It is well-known that ZrBe 2H 1.5 exists as a single-phase hydride with hexagonal P6/mmm symmetry that undergoes some type of hydrogen sublattice ordering below 200 K (235-250 K for ZrBe 2D 1.5&). Both neutron powder diffraction and neutron vibrational

Fabrication of Lithium Indolide and Derivates for Ion Conduction

September 14, 2022
Jintao Wang, Yang Yu, Anan Wu, Khai Chen Tan, Hui Wu, Teng He, Ping Chen
Alkali-ion batteries have been widely used nowadays. The development of solid-state electrolytes (SSEs) to replace the widely used organic liquid electrolytes could effectively solve the issue of combustion due to the formation of alkali metal dendrites

Physical Properties of the Quasi-Two-Dimensional Square Lattice Antiferromagnet Ba 2 FeSi 2 O 7

December 28, 2021
Tae-Hwan Jang, Seung-Hwan Do, Minseong Lee, Hui Wu, Craig Brown, Andrew D. Christianson, Sang-Wook Cheong, Jae-Hoon Park
We report magnetization (χ, M), magnetic specific heat (CM), and neutron powder diffraction results on a quasi-two-dimensional (2D) S = 2 square lattice antiferromagnet Ba 2FeSi 2O 7 consisting of FeO 4 tetrahedrons with highly compressive tetragonal

Hydrogen in nonstoichiometric cubic titanium monoxides: X-ray and neutron diffraction, neutron vibrational spectroscopy and NMR studies

December 1, 2021
A. V. Skripov, A. V. Soloninin, A. A. Valeeva, A. I. Gusev, A. A. Rempel, Hui Wu, Terrence J. Udovic
Hydrogen-induced changes in the properties of transition-metal oxides have attracted much recent attention due to numerous applications of these materials including catalysis, H2 production, low-temperature H2 sensing, solar cells, and air purification

Developing Ideal Metalorganic Hydrides for Hydrogen Storage: From Theoretical Prediction to Rational Fabrication

September 6, 2021
Zijun Jing, Qinqin Yuan, Yang Yu, Xiangtao Kong, Khai C. Tan, Jintao Wang, Qijun Pei, Xue-Bin Wang, Wei Zhou, Hui Wu, Anan Wu, Teng He, Ping Chen
Materials for hydrogen storage have been extensively explored for a few decades. Thousands of hydrogen storage materials have been synthesized and tested, however, sparse systems could meet the practical requirements. Metalorganic hydrides discovered

Polymorphism of Calcium Decahydrido-closo-decaborate and Characterization of Its Hydrates

July 12, 2021
Mathias Jorgensen, Wei Zhou, Hui Wu, Terrence J. Udovic, Mark Paskevicius, Radovan Cerny, Torben R. Jensen
Metal closo-borates and their derivatives have shown promise in several fields of application from cancer therapy to solid-state electrolytes partly owing to their stability in aqueous solutions and high thermal stability. We report the synthesis and

A Distinct Spin Structure and Giant Baromagnetic Effect in MnNiGe Compounds with Fe-Doping

May 3, 2021
Feiran Shen, Houbo Zhou, Fengxia Hu, Jian-Tao Wang, Hui Wu, Qingzhen Huang, Jiazheng Hao, Zibing Yu, Yihong Gao, Yuan Lin, Yangxin Wang, Cheng Zhang, Zhuo Yin, Jing Wang, Sihao Deng, Jie Chen, Lunhua He, Tianjiao Liang, Jirong Sun, Tongyun Zhao, Baogen Shen
Spin structure of a magnetic system results from the competition of various exchange couplings. Pressure driven spin structure evolution, through altering interatomic distance and hence electronic structure, produces baromagnetic effect(BME), which has

A Rod-Packing Hydrogen-Bonded Organic Framework with Suitable Pore Confinement for Benchmark Ethane/Ethylene Separation

April 26, 2021
Xu Zhang, Jia-Xin Wang, Libo Li, Jiyan Pei, Rajamani Krishna, Hui Wu, Wei Zhou, Guodong Qian, Bin Li, Banglin Chen
The discovery of new materials for separating ethane (C 2H 6) from ethylene (C 2H 4) by adsorption is a critical enterprise in the chemical industry. It still remains as a daunting challenge to target both high C 2H 6 adsorption capacity and gas