Shenghan Gao

Shenghan Gao
Kyoto University | Kyodai · Department of Energy and Hydrocarbon Chemistry

Ready for the Postdoc @MaxPlanck Institute

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Education
October 2019 - October 2022
Kyoto University
Field of study
  • Chemistry
August 2014 - July 2017
Tsinghua University
Field of study
  • Materials Science and Engineering

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Publications (10)
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Topochemical reactions have led to great progress in the discovery of new metastable compounds with novel chemical and physical properties. With these reactions, the overall crystal structure of the host material is generally maintained. Here we report a topochemical synthesis of a hexagonal nitride hydride, h‐Ca3CrN3H, by heating an orthorhombic n...
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Topochemical reactions have led to great progress in the discovery of new metastable compounds with novel chemical and physical properties. With these reactions, the overall crystal structure of the host material is generally maintained. Here we report a topochemical synthesis of a hexagonal nitride hydride, h‐Ca3CrN3H, by heating an orthorhombic n...
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Inorganic oxide compounds have been the central focus of solid-state research in the past century, leading to the discovery of countless devices ranging from batteries to solid oxide fuel cells. The rapid development of modern society requires for additional materials with more superior functionalities, driving scientists to look for compounds beyo...
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All-solid-state fluoride-ion batteries (FIBs) are regarded as promising energy storage devices; however, currently proposed cathodes fail to meet the requirements for practical applications in terms of high energy density and high rate capability. Herein, the first use of stable and low-cost cuprous oxide (Cu2O) as a cathode material for all-solid-...
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Most solid-state materials are composed of p-block anions, only in recent years the introduction of hydride anions (1s2) in oxides (e.g., SrVO2H, BaTi(O,H)3) has allowed the discovery of various interesting properties. Here we exploit the large polarizability of hydride anions (H–) together with chalcogenide (Ch2–) anions to construct a family of a...
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An efficient and selective catalyst is in urgent need for carbon dioxide electroreduction and silver is one of the promising candidates with affordable costs. Here we fabricated large scale vertically standing Ag nanowire arrays with high crystallinity and electrical conductivity as carbon dioxide electroreduction catalysts by a simple nanomoulding...
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Different from the reported results, the multiphase (Fe73.5Si13.5B9Nb3Cu1)91.5Ni8.5 nanocrystalline ribbons (CR-II) show much better degradation capability in Orange II than their metallic glass (MG) counterparts. CR-II ribbons have superior properties, such as high degradation capability, good durability and facile fabrication. Especially, high de...
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Nanostructured materials with large surface areas are continuing to be at the forefront of catalytic applications. But the nanostructure synthesis methods are often lengthy, costly and difficult. Here we report the first successful fabrication of metallic-glass (MG) hierarchical nanostructures by combining thermoplastic forming and electrochemical...

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