Zhou Z.,Shanghai University |
Zhou Z.,University of Oxford |
Zhou Z.,Aberystwyth University |
Zhang Y.,Shanghai University |
And 6 more authors.
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2013
This paper gives out a theoretical framework of electron/X-ray Huang diffuse scattering intensity at the immediate vicinity of Bragg reflection in reciprocal space. Nodal lines of two types in the simulated patterns of Huang diffuse scattering intensity are discussed in connection with a loop shape factor and the Huang diffuse scattering intensity from infinitesimal loops. It is suggested that the Huang diffuse scattering method is supplementary to the conventional TEM amplitude contrast imaging techniques and it has advantages in characterizing the morphology of very small dislocation loop when other methods fail. © 2013 Springer-Verlag.
Ma Y.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Wang S.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Zheng L.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Lu Z.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
And 4 more authors.
Chinese Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2014
For the first time in 2009, the inorganic-organic hybrid perovskite materials were applied in liquid dye-sensitized solar cells. In 2013, the power conversion efficiency successfully reached 15%, followed by great amount of research papers bursting out. Till August 2014, the highest efficiency is certified to 17.9%, and the reported efficiency is even up to 19.3%. They quickly go beyond dye-sensitized solar cells and organic solar cells. It is expected the perovskite has its efficiency same to the single-crystal silicon cells. The game changer of solar cells is coming. The perovskite solar cells are cheap and easily to be made, which will benefit both science and industry. This review summarized recent development of both perovskite materials and solar cell devices, not only including new material developments of perovskite compositions, structures, and fabrication methods, but also focusing on device structures, charge transfer mechanism and stability properties of perovskite solar cells. Their perspective is also estimated. Copyright © 2014 SIOC, CAS, Shanghai & WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.
Yuan X.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Wang H.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Wang H.,Peking University |
Ouyang Q.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Ouyang Q.,Peking University
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2011
The negative index of refraction of nonlinear chemical waves has become a recent focus in nonlinear dynamics researches. Theoretical analysis and computer simulations have predicted that the negative index of refraction can occur on the interface between antiwaves and normal waves in a reaction-diffusion (RD) system. However, no experimental evidence has been found so far. In this Letter, we report our experimental design in searching for such a phenomenon in a chlorite-iodide-malonic acid (CIMA) reaction. Our experimental results demonstrate that competition between waves and antiwaves at their interface determines the fate of the wave interaction. The negative index of refraction was only observed when the oscillation frequency of a normal wave is significantly smaller than that of the antiwave. All experimental results were supported by simulations using the Lengyel-Epstein RD model which describes the CIMA reaction-diffusion system. © 2011 American Physical Society.
Yan Y.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Liao Z.-M.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Ke X.,University of Antwerp |
Van Tendeloo G.,University of Antwerp |
And 8 more authors.
Nano Letters | Year: 2014
The photothermoelectric effect in topological insulator Bi 2Se3 nanoribbons is studied. The topological surface states are excited to be spin-polarized by circularly polarized light. Because the direction of the electron spin is locked to its momentum for the spin-helical surface states, the photothermoelectric effect is significantly enhanced as the oriented motions of the polarized spins are accelerated by the temperature gradient. The results are explained based on the microscopic mechanisms of a photon induced spin transition from the surface Dirac cone to the bulk conduction band. The as-reported enhanced photothermoelectric effect is expected to have potential applications in a spin-polarized power source. © 2014 American Chemical Society.
Wan Y.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Wan Y.,Peking University |
Zhang H.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
Zhang K.,State Key Laboratory for Mesoscopic Physics |
And 7 more authors.
ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces | Year: 2016
Monolayer MoS2, with fascinating mechanical, electrical, and optical properties, has generated enormous scientific curiosity and industrial interest. Controllable and scalable synthesis of monolayer MoS2 on various desired substrates has significant meaning in both basic scientific research and device application. Recent years have witnessed many advances in the direct synthesis of single-crystalline MoS2 flakes or their polycrystalline aggregates on numerous diverse substrates, such as SiO2-Si, mica, sapphire, h-BN, and SrTiO3, etc. In this work, we used the dual-temperature-zone atmospheric-pressure chemical vapor deposition method to directly synthesize large-scale monolayer MoS2 on fused silica, the most ordinary transparent insulating material in daily life. We systematically investigated the photoluminescence (PL) properties of monolayer MoS2 on fused silica and SiO2-Si substrates, which have different thermal conductivity coefficients and thermal expansion coefficients. We found that there exists a stronger strain on monolayer MoS2 grown on fused silica, and the strain becomes more obvious as temperature decreases. Moreover, the monolayer MoS2 grown on fused silica exhibits the unique trait of a fractal shape with tortuous edges and has stronger adsorbability. The monolayer MoS2 grown on fused silica may find application in sensing, energy storage, and transparent optoelectronics, etc. © 2016 American Chemical Society.