- 11 Jul. 2023, our work “Kinetic Studies of Oleylamine based 2D-Lead Bromide Perovskite with Controllable n-value by Sequential Addition of Cesium at Room Temperature” has been accepted by Journal of Physical Chemistry C
- 04 May 2023, our work “Efficient Ammonia Photosynthesis from Nitrate by Graphene/Si Schottky Junction Integrated with Ni-Fe LDH Catalyst” has been accepted on J. Mater. Chem. A
- 02 May 2023, Our work “Porifera-like Nickel Nanodendrite for Efficient Electrosynthesis of C-N Compounds from Carbon Dioxide and Nitrate Anions ” has been published on J. Mater. Chem. A
- 19 Jan. 2023, our work “Near-infrared phototheranostic iron pyrite nanocrystals simultaneously induce dual cell death pathways via enhanced Fenton reactions in triple-negative breast cancer”has been accepted by ACS Nano
- 28 Sep. 2022, Our work “Fast Charge Transfer between Iodide Ions and Delocalized Electron System on the Graphite Surface for Boosting Hydrogen Production” has been accepted by J. Mater. Chem. A
Efficient electrical energy storage has attracted intense attention due to the increasing power demand in the next generation of electric vehicles and stationary applications. To improve chemical energy storage, our group focus on developing new active earth abundant materials to generate or storage more chemical energy by optimizing electronic and crystal structure during solid state chemistry.
To achieve Al-graphite batteries with higher capacity and higher Coulombic efficiency, investigating the detailed relationship between intercalation behavior of chloroaluminate anions andvoltage plateaus is a key issue for future battery development.
Hydrogen could be an economic fuel used in electrochemical cell for driving vehicles or electric devices.
Producing hydrogen fuel has led to intense search for effective electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) in the field of renewable energy exploration.
Metal sulfide catalysts could lead to the modified electronic structure, optimal hydrogen adsorption energy and HER catalytic activity.