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Rational Design Principles of the Quantum Anomalous Hall Effect in Superlatticelike Magnetic Topological Insulators.
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This work reveals that superlatticelike magnetic topological insulators with tunable exchange interactions are an ideal platform to realize the long-sought QAHE in pristine compounds, paving a new path within the area of topological materials.
Theoretical Prediction of Phosphorene and Nanoribbons As Fast-Charging Li Ion Battery Anode Materials
Ideal Li-ion battery materials should have a low diffusion barrier, which can realize fast charging/discharging. Here, density function theory (DFT) computations were performed to investigate the
Designing half-metallic ferromagnetism by a new strategy: an example of superhalogen modified graphitic C3N4
Designing half-metallic ferromagnetism at atomic scale is always one of the hottest topics for the scientific community due to its potential in spintronics applications. Although the band alignment
Merging Single-Atom-Dispersed Iron and Graphitic Carbon Nitride to a Joint Electronic System for High-Efficiency Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution.
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A simple one-step approach is reported to fabricate a high-efficiency photocatalytic system, in which single-site dispersed iron atoms are rationally integrated on the intrinsic structure of the porous crimped graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3 N4 ) polymer, exhibiting a highlighted intramolecular synergistic effect.
Theoretical understanding of SnS monolayer as Li ion battery anode material
Superhalogens as building blocks of two-dimensional organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites for optoelectronics applications.
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A combination of quantum confinement and compositional change can be used as an effective strategy to tailor the bandgap and the exciton binding energy of two-dimensional hybrid perovskites, making them promising candidates for optoelectronic applications.
Will a graphitic-like ZnO single-layer be an ideal substrate for graphene?
The interaction between graphene and substrates may destroy the intrinsic properties of graphene, and reduce the potential applications of graphene in electronic devices. Here, we use
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