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Welcome to Prof. Li Song¨s group.
Our group is associated with the National Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory (NSRL) at University of Science and Technology of China. The research interesting of the group is broad and highly interdisciplinary. Since the end of last century, NANO have become one of the essential topics in fundamental research, as well as one of the most promising developing technologies because of their numerous potential applications. Our group is involved in the research of various nanomaterials and understanding their physics and chemistry by synchrotron radiation light source. More specifically, our current researches are focusing on novel carbon related nanomaterials and two dimensional nanostructures, including nanodiamond, carbon nanotube, graphene, atomic B-N-C layer, etc. With several national and international collaborations, we are seeking a multi-disciplinary team effort with the goal of creating, developing, and engineering nanomaterials for a rich variety of applications, as well as developing unique synchrotron radiation-based tools for better understanding in fundamental researches.
We sincerely welcome you to visit our lab, correspond with members of our group and discuss your technical interests with us.
Confined bimetallic phosphide within P, N co-doped carbon layers towards boosted bifunctional oxygen catalysis
Nickel Vacancies Boost Reconstruction in Nickel Hydroxide Electrocatalyst
Active Sites Engineering toward Superior Carbon-Based Oxygen Reduction Catalysts via Confnement Pyrolysis
Atomic Iridium Incorporated in Cobalt Hydroxide for Efficient Oxygen Evolution Catalysis in Neutral Electrolyte
Definitive Structural Identification toward Molecule-Type Sites within 1D and 2D Carbon-Based Catalysts
Highly Defective Fe-Based Oxyhydroxides from Electrochemical Reconstruction for Efficient Oxygen Evoluiton Catalysis
Defective Carbon-CoP Nanoparticles Hybrids with Interfacial Charges Polarization for Efficient Bifunctional Oxygen Electrocatalysis
Ternary interfacial superstructure enabling extraordinary hydrogen evolution electrocatalysis