Our new manuscript detailing how to use the photoluminescence of CsPbI3 to colorimetrically follow a organohalide reaction has been published in ACS Nanoscience Au!
Hediyeh Zamani defended her Ph.D. thesis on January 11. Congrats Dr. Zamani and good luck!!
Our manuscript studying how an organohalide coordinates to, and then reacts with, cesium lead halide nanoparticles has appeared as a pre-print in ChemRxiv! Both inorganic and organic composition changes were followed, with more iodide rich particles showing higher catalytic activity, and two organic products being produced.
Our new manuscript on CsPbX3 platelets has been published in Langmuir!
Our labs latest patent has been accepted. Compositions of Nanoparticles with Radial Gradients and Methods of Use Thereof focuses on how to design and synthesize nanoparticles with compositions that resemble steel, and demonstrates proof-of-principle applications ranging from corrosion resistance, to diagnostic magnetic beads, to new electromagnetic absorbers.
The Maye lab has been awarded two CUSE grants as part of the most recent RFP. Our COVID-Relief Grant, "Perovskite Platelets as Substrates" will allow us to expand our study of using platelets as phase change materials, and our Innovative & Interdisciplinary Grant, "Aligning Quantum Rods on DNA Origami Substrates for Biomimetic Energy Transfer" will provide bridge funding for this novel and unique study. We thank SU and the VPR's office for making this funding available!
Our lab's newest patent has been approved, US 10,695,831 B2 is our second granted Core/Alloy Nanopartcle patent, demonstrating the uniqeness of approach towards using synthetic inorganic nanochemistry to prepare steel at the nanoscale.
Congratulations to Yuetian for her new publication in J. Chem. C where she used NMR to understand the ligand packing ratio on quantum rods of controlled aspect ratio.
Congratulations to Christina Deschene for defending her Renee Crown Honors Thesis, her Distinction in Chemistry Thesis, and for graduating early with a dual B.S. in Chemistry & Forensics. Good luck Tina!!
Congratulations to Emily Ripka, who defended her Ph.D. dissertation on Nov 22!. Good luck Emily!