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Scientists Achieve Ultrafast Rejuvenation of Metallic Glasses by Shock Compression[Aug 24, 2019]

A group of scientists led by Institute of Mechanics has achieved the ultrafast rejuvenation of metallic glasses by shock compression. Their study will provide insights into short-time glass dynamics, and the application of metallic glasses in high-velocity impacts.


Scientists Develop a New Approach for Preparation of Cellulosic Ethanol[Aug 23, 2019]

A research team led by Prof. MA Longlong from the Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion developed a one-pot way for direct cellulose hydrogenolysis into ethanol using graphene layers encapsulated nickel (Ni@C) catalysts with the aid of phosphoric acid in water. The new approach provides a new way for industrialized production of cellulosic ethanol with high efficiency and low cost.

lithium;lithium metal battery;anode

Scientists Develop New Method to Stabilize Lithium Metal Anode in Lithium Metal Batteries[Aug 23, 2019]

A research group led by Dr. LU Ziheng and Dr. YANG Chunlei from the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology developed a facile and scalable approach to stabilize the lithium metal anode by regulating the Li nucleation and deposition kinetics with laser-induced graphene (LIG).

white-light emission;semiconductor;borate;stannate

Researchers Acquire White-Light Emission from Semi-Conductive Borate-Stannate[Aug 23, 2019]

A research group led by Prof. MAO Jianggao from the Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter reported the first defect-induced crystalline inorganic borate in single-component white-light phosphors,Ba2[Sn(OH)6][B(OH)4]2. The results indicated that it's a promising candidate for future solid-state lighting application.

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Near-infrared Light-responsively Controlled-release Herbicide Developed Using Biochar As Photothermal Agent[Aug 19, 2019]

A research team from Hefei Institutes of Physical Science of the Chinese Academy of Sciences managed to develop a near-infrared light-responsively controlled-release herbicide to reduce pesticide loss and then to increase the utilization efficiency.


Scientists Develop Tunable 3D Light Trapping Architectures for Ultrasensitive SERS Detection[Aug 19, 2019]

A research team led by Dr. CHEN Ming from the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology reported a high performance semiconductor-based SERS substrate based on self-assembled SnSe2 nanoplate arrays. The researchers demonstrated that SnSe2 nanoplate arrays (NPAs) via self-assembled growth could serve as a uniform, high performance and reliable SERS substrate.


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