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charge density wave;low-dimensional materials;transition metal dichalcogenides

Researchers Manage to Manipulate Charge Density Wave in Monolayer Octahedral Titanium Diselenide[Nov 10, 2017]

Recently, the research group led by Prof. SUN Yuping and Prof. LU Wenjian in the Functional Materials Laboratory at Institute of Solid State Physics, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences made a new progress in the study of manipulation charge density wave in Monolayer Octahedral Titanium Diselenide.

conjugated polymer;organic conjugated polymer;ultra-wide bandgap;organic solar cell;

Scientists Synthesize Highly Efficient Ultra-wide-bandgap Conjugated Polymers[Nov 10, 2017]

Recently, the research team led by Prof. WAN Xiaobo from Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology of Chinese Academy of Sciences announced that they synthesized a novel conjugated polymer with ultra-wide bandgap, which displays a high efficiency in converting sun light into electricity and a very interesting charge transfer behavior.

high pressure;dirac points;superconductivity

External Pressure Could Manipulate the Type-I and Type-II Dirac Points in Platinum Ditellurium Superconductor[Nov 10, 2017]

Recently, the research group of Functional Materials Laboratory at Institute of Solid State Physics, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science found that external pressure can manipulate the type-I and type-II Dirac points in PdTe2.

carboamination of olefins;iron-catalyzed;alkyl;alkylamination;carboamination;olefins

Researchers Develop Iron-Catalyzed Carboamination of Olefins[Oct 26, 2017]

In a study published in J. Am. Chem. Soc., the research team led by Prof. BAO Hongli from Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter of Chinese Academy of Sciences reported an iron-catalyzed intermolecular carboamination of olefins, using alkyl peroxides as alkylating reagents and nitriles as nitrogen sources. Various amines and unnatural anti-β-amino acid derivatives can be structured.

AtHKT1;salt tolerance;saline soil;

How Do Plants Adapt to Coastal and Saline Soil?[Nov 10, 2017]

AtHKT1 encoding a sodium transporter is responsible for the high leaf sodium in these accessions, and was then hypothesized to drive local adaptation to saline environments in A. thaliana. Researchers at Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology of Chinese Academy of Sciences, uncovered the mystery underlying the role of AtHKT1 in salt tolerance.

Alkali metal;CBF;deep-ultraviolet;NLO crystal;nonlinear optical

Researchers Synthesize Alkali Metal Flourooxoborate Deep-UV Nonlinear Optical Crystal[Nov 09, 2017]

A research group led by Prof. PAN Shilie at Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry of Chinese Academy of Sciences have successfully designed a new DUV NLO crystal CsB4O6F (CBF) by combining the superior functional units of B3O6 in β-BBO and BeO3F in KBBF with the replacement of Be by B.

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