Linjuan Zhang

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It is extremely significant to study the trap state passivation and minimize the trap states of perovskite to achieve high-performance perovskite solar cells (PSCs). Here, we have first revealed and demonstrated that a novel p-type conductor Cu(thiourea)I [Cu(Tu)I] incorporated in perovskite layer can effectively passivate the trap states of perovskite via(More)
By a facile coordination-based post-synthetic strategy, the high surface area MIL-101(Cr) nanoparticles was functionallized by grafting amine group of ethylenediamine (ED) on coordinatively unsaturated Cr(III) centers, yielding a series of ED-MIL-101(Cr)-based adsorbents and their application for adsorption of U(VI) from aqueous solution were also studied.(More)
Selenium is of great concern owing to its acutely toxic characteristic at elevated dosage and the long-term radiotoxicity of 79Se. The contents of selenium in industrial wastewater, agricultural runoff, and drinking water have to be constrained to a value of 50 μg/L as the maximum concentration limit. We reported here the selenium uptake using a(More)
The permeable reactive barrier (PRB) technique has attracted an increasing level of attention for the in situ remediation of contaminated groundwater. In this study, the macroscopic uptake behaviors and microscopic speciation of Eu(III) on hydroxyapatite (HAP) were investigated by a combination of theoretical modeling, batch experiments, powder X-ray(More)
Uranium is not only a strategic resource for the nuclear industry but also a global contaminant with high toxicity. Although several strategies have been established for detecting uranyl ions in water, searching for new uranium sensor material with great sensitivity, selectivity, and stability remains a challenge. We introduce here a hydrolytically stable(More)
Obtaining structural information of uranyl species at an atomic/molecular scale is a critical step to control and predict their physical and chemical properties. To obtain such information, experimental and theoretical L3-edge X-ray absorption near-edge structure (XANES) spectra of uranium were studied systematically for uranyl complexes. It was(More)
Enrichment of uranyl from seawater is crucial for the sustainable development of nuclear energy, but current uranium extraction technology suffers from multiple drawbacks of low sorption efficiency, slow uptake kinetics, or poor extraction selectivity. Herein, we prepared the first example of amidoxime appended metal-organic framework UiO-66-AO by a(More)
To clarify the mechanism of the observed room-temperature ferromagnetism (RTF), many studies have been focused on dilute magnetic semiconductor systems. Several investigations have demonstrated that oxygen vacancies play a significant role in mediating the RTF behavior so that much effort has been devoted to confirm their presence. In this investigation,(More)
The local lattice and electronic structure of the high-T(c) superconductor SmO(1-x)F(x)FeAs as a function of F-doping have been investigated by Sm L(3)-edge X-ray absorption near-edge structure and multiple-scattering calculations. Experiments performed at the L(3)-edge show that the white line (WL) is very sensitive to F-doping. In the under-doped region(More)
Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) based on zirconium phosphonates exhibit superior chemical stability suitable for applications under harsh conditions. These compounds mostly exist as poorly crystallized precipitates, and precise structural information has therefore remained elusive. Furthermore, a zero-dimensional zirconium phosphonate cluster acting as(More)