TRANSFORMATION DUAL PHASE SYNERGY FOR UNPRECEDENTED SUPERELASTICITY
Grant number: DP180101744 | Funding period: 2018 - 2021
This project aims to develop metallic materials of unprecedented mechanical properties based on a novel concept of transformation triggered dual-phase synergy. This is enabled by harnessing the intrinsic strength of interatomic bonds in solids using the nanoscience principle of lattice strain matching between phase transforming bodies. The project will provide significant benefits, such as innovating our metal production technology and to value-add the metal processing and manufacturing industries of Australia.
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Charge doping induced reversible multistep structural phase transitions and electromechanical actuation in two-dimensional 1T'-MoS2.
Kaiyun Chen, Junkai Deng, Qian Shi, Xiangdong Ding, Jun Sun, Sen Yang, Jefferson Zhe Liu
The 1T' phase of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) is a low symmetry charge density wave (CDW) phase, which can be viewed as..
Thermodynamic, Structural, and Piezoelectric Properties of Adatom-Doped Phosphorene and Its Applications in Smart Surfaces
Lou Li, Huiying Cao, Bo Xu, Junkai Deng, Jingran Liu, Yilun Liu, Xiangdong Ding, Jun Sun, Jefferson Zhe Liu
Engineering the surface morphology is an effective way to obtain specific functionalities in applications of smart surfaces. Devel..
Revealing Atomic Structure and Oxidation States of Dopants in Charge-Ordered Nanoparticles for Migration-Promoted Oxygen-Exchange Capacity
Xiangbin Cai, Kaiyun Chen, Xiang Gao, Chao Xu, Mingzi Sun, Guanyu Liu, Xuyun Guo, Yuan Cai, Bolong Huang, Junkai Deng, Jefferson Zhe Liu, Antonio Tricoli, Ning Wang, Christian Dwyer, Ye Zhu
Doping of nanomaterials has become a versatile approach to tailoring their physical and chemical properties, leading to the emergi..
A Raman spectroscopy study of MBE-grown Hg1−xCdxSe alloys grown on GaSb (2 1 1) by molecular beam epitaxy
WW Pan, ZK Zhang, Wen Lei, Jefferson Zhe Liu, L Faraone
This work presents a Raman spectroscopy study of Hg1−xCdxSe alloys grown on GaSb (2 1 1) substrates by molecular beam epitaxy. For..