- Language: English
- 321 Pages
- Published: July 2013
- Region: World
Solid-State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials VIII: Volume 1309. MRS Proceedings
- Published: June 2011
- 172 Pages
- Cambridge University Press
Symposium EE, 'Solid-State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials VIII', was held Nov. 29–Dec. 3 at the 2010 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts. Solid-state chemistry is a truly interdisciplinary field, attracting investigators from chemistry, condensed-matter physics, materials science engineering, ceramics, metallurgy, chemical engineering and mineralogy/geology. It encompasses synthesis of new materials; preparation of materials in new forms (nanocrystalline, thin-film heterostructures, porous, etc.); investigations of the relationships between composition, structure and properties; as well as the application of cutting-edge characterization methods. The scope and importance of solid-state chemistry has grown not only with the discovery of new materials but also through the advancement of techniques for preparing and studying them, and in advanced computational predictions for structures and properties. The intent of the symposium was to provide researchers from academia, government and industrial laboratories an interdisciplinary forum for interaction, discussion and exchange of ideas on recent fundamental advances in solid-state chemistry and their impact on the development and application of inorganic materials.
Part I - Novel Synthetic Methods:
1. Superconducting parent compound Pr2CuO4 achieved by special post-reduction Hideki Yamamoto;
2. Controlled hydrothermal synthesis of complex mixed oxides using solution redox chemistry Richard Walton;
3. Building 3D materials from adjustable 2D-units; towards the design of new bi-based compounds Marie Colmont;
Part II - Poster Session: Solid State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials VIII:
4. Growth of ruthenium and ruthenium oxide nanoplates Lamartine Meda;
5. Synthesis of layered titanate micro/nano-materials for efficient pollutant treatment in aqueous media Yuxin Tang;
6. Thermodynamic aspects of transition metals doped ZnO David Sedmidubsky;
7. The true nature of conducting proton in perovskite ceramic membrane Aneta Slodczyk;
8. Thermodynamics of oxygen chemistry on PbTiO3 and LaMnO3 (001) surfaces Ghanshyam Pilania;
9. The effect of boron on processing and phosphorescence behavior of SrAl4O7 (SA2) co-doped with Eu2+ and Dy3+ Cleva Ow-Yang;
10. pO2 stability of Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3-d Stefan Wagner;
Part III - Thermoelectrics and Related Materials:
11. Thermoelectric properties of new thallium tellurides Holger Kleinke;
Part IV - Poster Session: Solid State Inorganic Materials Chemistry - VIII:
12. DLC-coated substrate for infrared absorption spectroscopy in supercritical water Takuji Ube;
13. Two-step sintering process for lutetium oxide transparent ceramics Xiaomei Guo;
14. Low temperature phase diagram of NH3BH3 Bertil Sundqvist;
15. Growth and characterization of shape-controlled single crystals by a micro-pulling-down method Yuui Yokota;
16. Correlation between deep-level defects and current collapses in AlGaN/GaN hetero-structures probed by steady-state photo-capacitance spectroscopy Yoshitaka Nakano;
17. Deep-level characterization of free-standing HVPE-grown GaN substrates: using transparent conductive polyaniline schottky contacts Yoshitaka Nakano;
18. Hydrogen atom adsorption on aluminum clusters: an electronic structures density functional study Thi Viet Bac Phung;
Part V - Poster Session: Solid State Inorganic Materials Chemistry VIII:
19. Synthesis and characterization of indium oxide doped hematite xIn2O3(1-x)alpha-Fe2O3 solid solution Monica Sorescu;
20. Periodically ordered mesoporous Co3O4/heteropoly acid composite frameworks for catalytic applications Gerasimos Armatas;
21. Preparation of protonated titanate nanotube films with an extremely large wetting contrast Yuekun Lai;
Part VI - Wide-Band-Gap Semiconductors and Catalytic Materials:
22. A DFT and HRTEM study of MoS2/Co: locating promoters in catalytic nanostructures Manuel Ramos;
Part VII - Porous Materials and Metal-Organic Frameworks:
23. Covalently interconnected and separated vanadosilicate shells Allan Jacobson.
P. Shiv Halasyamani University of Houston.
Simon J. Clarke University of Oxford.
David G. Mandrus University of Tennessee.
Kyoung-Shin Choi Purdue University, Indiana.
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