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Solid State and Materials Chemistry

0638826Ulrich HäussermannArizona State UniversityCAREER: High pressure materials synthesis with volatiles
0644833Paul A. MaggardNorth Carolina State UniversityCAREER: Synthesis Of Multifunctional Hybrids
0704312Andreas SteinUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesShaping Porous Nanostructures
0705687Zhenan BaoStanford UniversityLarge area aligned organic semiconductor single crystals
0705687Zhenan BaoStanford UniversityTuning Charge Transport in Solution-sheared Organic Semiconductors using Lattice Strain
0743916Svilen Bobev University of DelawareCAREER: New Rare-Earth Metal Lithium Germanides
0748140Benjamin R. MartinTexas State University - San MarcosCAREER: Chemically Modified Ternary Chalcogenide Materials
0748399Luis J. SmithClark UniversityCAREER: Solid State NMR Studies of Transition Metal Oxides
0804049Shaowei ChenUniversity of California-Santa CruzBimetal Janus Nanoparticles and Their Electrocatalytic Activity in Oxygen Reduction
0804167Mas A. SubramanianOregon State UniversityMixed-Valent Transition Metal Oxides
0804786Lian YuUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonPolymorphism of Organic Materials
0805148Galen D. StuckyUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraPlasmonic Nanostructures for Solar Water Splitting
0806507Gordon J. MillerIowa State UniversityMaterials World Network: Predicting Magnetic Ordering in Intermetallics
0845212Lara A. EstroffCornell UniversityCAREER: Growing Minerals in Jello®
0846479Dong-Chan LeeUniversity of Nevada Las VegasCAREER: Smart Molecular Design for One-Dimensional n-Type Nanostructures: Controlling Electronic Properties and Morphologies
0847169Sarbajit BanerjeeSUNY at BuffaloCAREER: Towards Mechanistic Understanding of Metal-Insulator Transitions in Binary and Ternary Vanadium Oxides
0847535Dmitri V. TalapinUniversity of ChicagoCAREER: Functional Nano-Composit Materials: Synthetic Methodology and Applications
0847646So-Jung ParkUniversity of PennsylvaniaCAREER: Superparamagnetic Polymersomes
0853732John D. CorbettIowa State UniversityUnprecedented hexagonal-diamond-like lattice of pure Au in Ba2Au6(Au,T)3 (T = Zn, Cd, Ga, In, Sn)
0854618Choong-Shik YooWashington State UniversityDiscovery of extended carbon dioxide carbonates
0855259Dana D. DlottUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignSome monosubstituted benzenes have unidirectional vibrational energy flow
0904034Lai-Sheng WangBrown UniversityB23-: All-Boron Analogue of Phenanthrene
0904282John B. GoodenoughUniversity of Texas at AustinHigh-pressure study on the crystal structure and the spin-state of Ni ions in the triple-layer T'-La4Ni3O8
0906525John C. WrightUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonCoherent Multidimensional Spectroscopy (CMDS) of Quantum Confined Nanostructures
0906564Marcus D. LayUniversity of Georgia Research Foundation IncPurified Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
0906576Michael D. WardNew York UniversityEncapsulating a Pheremone in a Designer Host
0906814Daniel R. GamelinUniversity of WashingtonLuminescence Saturation via Mn2+-Exciton Cross Relaxation in Colloidal Doped Semiconductor Nanocrystals
0907031Lian YuUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonGOALI: Crystallization of Organic Glasses
0907055Elizabeth K. MannKent State UniversityCollaborative Research: Self-assembly in ultrathin films of bent-core molecules
0907204Yuping BaoUniversity of Alabama TuscaloosaMagnetic-Fluorescent Bifunctional Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications
0907310Christopher J. BardeenUniversity of California-RiversidePressure sensing photodimer molecules
0907324Rodney S. RuoffUniversity of Texas at AustinGraphene-based Materials for Ultracapacitance Applications
0907395Joseph W. KolisClemson UniversityGrowth of Multifunctional “Smart” Single Crystals
0907409R. T. CollinsColorado School of MinesCarboxylic acid-based molecular monolayers on Zn1-xMgxO
0907542Piotr KaszynskiVanderbilt UniversityPolar, Ionic and Reactive Liquid Crystalline Materials for Electrooptical, Battery, and Sensor Applications
0909065Judy S. RiffleVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityMaterials World Network: Structure-Response Relations of Advanced Diagnostic Tools
0909180Ram SeshadriUniversity of California-Santa BarbaraMaterials World Network: Understanding Lithium-Substituted Transition Metal Oxides
0954380Nathaniel L. RosiUniversity of PittsburghCAREER: Expanding the Compositional Scope of Peptide-Based Nanoparticle Superstructures
0955353Michael ShatrukFlorida State UniversityCAREER: Growing Crystals of ThCr2Si2-Type Arsenides from Bi Melt
0955471Yiying WuOhio State University Research FoundationCAREER: Cobalt Oxide (Co3O4) Nanowire Arrays: Synthesis, Properties and Energy Applications
0956011Amy L. PrietoColorado State UniversityCAREER: Cu Metal-migration for Cu2Sb Anode Materials
0964765Antal I. JákliKent State UniversityStructured Fluids from Reduced Symmetry Molecules
1005568Frank BridgesUniversity of California-Santa CruzThermoelectric Materials
1005765Gordon J. MillerIowa State UniversityStructure-Compostion-Property Relationships in Complex Intermetallic Phases
1005810Timothy M. SwagerMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySingle Sidechain Columnar Liquid Crystals
1005827Kenneth R. PoeppelmeierNorthwestern UniversitySolid State Oxide Fluorides
1005827Kenneth R. PoeppelmeierNorthwestern UniversitySolid State Oxide Fluorides
1005861Oliver SteinbockFlorida State UniversityNonequilibrium Synthesis of Silica-Supported Magnetite Tubes
1006364Tonglei LiUniversity of Kentucky Research FoundationCrystal Structure Prediction
1006385Leslie H. AllenUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMagic Size Layer and Melting Point of Lamellar Silver Alkanethiolate
1006566Russell J. HolmesUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesUnderstanding and engineering exciton diffusion in organic semiconductor thin films
1007885Jeffrey J. DerbyUniversity of Minnesota-Twin CitiesMaterials World Network: Theoretical and experimental studies of crystal growth methods
1055594Daeyeon LeeUniversity of PennsylvaniaCAREER: Making Nanocoatings Stronger with A Few Layers of Atoms
1055705Wei ZhangUniversity of Colorado at BoulderCAREER: A Highly C70-Selective Shape-Persistent Organic Molecular Cage
1055762Dunwei WangBoston CollegeCAREER: Solar Water Splitting by Nanoscale Semiconductors
1056653Joseph B. TracyNorth Carolina State UniversityCAREER: Ligand Bulkiness Controls Size of Gold Nanoparticles
1056943Tobias HanrathCornell UniversityCAREER: Assembly of nanocubes at interfaces
1063735Julia Y. ChanLouisiana State University & Agricultural and Mechanical CollegeCrystal Growth of Intermetallics with Competing Magnetic Interactions
1063880Janice L. MusfeldtUniversity of Tennessee KnoxvilleManipulating the singlet-triplet equilibrium in organic biradicals
1064159Stephanie L. BrockWayne State UniversityInP Aerogels: Porous Semiconductors
1065491Charles RosenblattCase Western Reserve UniversityTop – Down Chiral Induction
1065491Charles RosenblattCase Western Reserve UniversitySurface topography and rotational symmetry-breaking
1100313Susan M. KauzlarichUniversity of California-DavisSynthesis of Zintl Phases for Thermoelectric Applications
1104650Leonard R. MacGillivrayUniversity of IowaOrganic Nanocrystal Discovery
1104725Jennifer R. HamptonHope CollegeRUI: Electrochemical Dealloying of Electrodeposited NiFeCu
1104965Mercouri G. KanatzidisNorthwestern UniversityFlexible Polar Nanowires with Strong Nonlinear Optical Second Harmonic Generation
1105000Bart E. KahrNew York UniversityGOALI: 4-Photoelastic Modulator Polarimeter Without Moving Parts
1105000Bart E. KahrNew York UniversityGOALI: Optical Rotation and the Abolition of Slavery
1105000Bart E. KahrNew York UniversityGOALI: Hans Mueller and the Stokes-Mueller Calculus
1105185Liang-shi LiIndiana UniversityColloidal Graphene Quantum Dots for Energy Applications
1105256Kurt N. WiegelUniversity of Wisconsin-Eau ClaireRUI: Hydrogen-bonded Liquid Crystalline Networks
1105878Eugene R. ZubarevWilliam Marsh Rice UniversityLarge Scale Synthesis of Near-Monodisperse Gold Nanorods and their Assembly into 3D Anisotropic Single Crystals
1106150Susan E. LatturnerFlorida State UniversityMixed metal melts as solvents for materials synthesis
1106364Richard B. Kaner University of California-Los AngelesSuperhard Metals: Tungsten Tetraboride Solid Solutions
1107637Fengyuan YangOhio State UniversityMaterials World Network: Exceptional-quality Heusler films for spin-electronics
1139227Ioanna KakoulliUniversity of California-Los AngelesBiomimetic Methods Based on Soluble Ammonium Phosphate Prescursors for the Consolidation of Wall Paintings
1149899Angela MöllerUniversity of HoustonCAREER: A Template for Tuning Magnetic Properties
1201953Joshua GoldbergerOhio State UniversityEAGER: Group 14 Graphane Analogues
1203834Choong-Shik YooWashington State UniversitySqueezing Simple Molecules to Novel Conducting Polymers
1206221Daniel R. GamelinUniversity of WashingtonSurface redox chemistry helps quantum dots glow
1206718Viktor V. PoltavetsMichigan State UniversityNovel Strongly Correlated-Electron Materials with Rock-Salt Related Structures
1207328Seong H. KimPennsylvania State Univ University ParkAdsorbed Water Can Make Glass Weaker or Stronger
1215034Younan XiaGeorgia Tech Research CorporationSeeded Growth of Noble-Metal Nanocrystals
1237550Pierre F. PoudeuUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborCAREER: Chemical Manipulation of Magnetic Ordering in Mn1-xSnxBi2Se4 Solid-Solutions

 

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