Hongjin Jiang

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It is currently important to achieve and understand adjustments of optical properties: "guest cation" induced CT spectral shifts in Prussian Blue are shown to be driven (via its specific effect on the Fe(CN)6 CT-donor entity) by the cation lattice-energy interaction, as inferred from microgravimetry of introduced alkali-metal ions, and from independent(More)
Highly conductive anisotropic conductive films (ACFs) with in-situ reduced silver nanoparticles as fillers were developed. During the preparation of ACF formulation, the silver nanoparticles were reduced by the hydroxyl groups from the phenoxy resin through the polyol process. Due to the capping effects of the epoxy resin, the in-situ reduced silver(More)
The maximum of the color-conferring charge-transfer (CT) band in Prussian Blue (PB) varies with the electrochemically introduced cation M(z+) incorporated (as "supernumerary") for charge neutrality, and the dependence on particular properties of the M(z+) has been sought. With alkali-metal ions, the CT-maximum shifts are in the same sequence as the PB mass(More)
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